Bronislav Malakhovsky

Born: 1902, St Petersburg
Died: 1937, Leningrad

Graphic artist, caricaturist, illustrator, architect. Born in St Petersburg (1902) in the family of famous engineer and inventor Bronislav Malakhovsky (1867–1934). Studied architecture under Ivan Fomin at the VKhUTEMAS (1920–26). Illustrated books, including Alexei Tolstoy’s The Golden Key and the Adventures of Pinocchio (from 1925). Collaborated with various magazines, including Siskin and Hedgehog (from 1926). Helped to design the All-Union Institute of Experimental Medicine (from 1933). Arrested and executed in Leningrad (1937). Contributed to exhibitions (from 1927).

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