"I feel the generation gap. In the 50-70s, linocut was a relevant and economical technical solution for the book industry. The technique influenced the visual language: the artists of that time produced monumental, integral figures. Now plastic solutions typical of printed graphics are reproduced in Photoshop."
Soviet Yakut graphics - what kind of phenomenon was it? The documentary "The Schedule of Valerian Vasiliev" by Ivan Barkov and Elena Vasilyeva, which was released in 2016, tells about it in the most accessible way.
Note: you can learn about some graphic works from the collection of the Art Museum of the Sakha Republic in an interactive form on a virtual tour of the exhibition "Art of Yakutia".