The artist is Pakulin
Like many of his colleagues in creativity, Pakulin in the early 1930s turned to the topic, then called production. However, he was primarily interested in the possibility of a picturesque interpretation of an industrial plot. The artist freely and beautifully “unfolds” the space of the workshop, filling it with the rhythm of the movement of the installers. The continuity of this movement gives rise to a feeling of stable constancy of labor efforts. The softness of silhouettes, a thin painting in their gradations (which is generally characteristic of the author) give the picture a kind of poetry. On the back of the canvas, the artist indicated the exact time of work on the picture: December 1931 – February 1932.