|Birth: ||Jan. 29, 1923|
|Death: ||Nov. 20, 1982|
Soviet artist, book illustrator, architect, sculptor and poet, father of A.S. Brodsky. He was born in Gomel. In the same year his parents moved to Petrograd (soon renamed Leningrad). In Leningrad he with 1938 by 1941, the studied at the Art School. In 1944, the he entered the Moscow Architectural Institute. After graduating, he worked in the Planning Institute "Giproteatr" particularly designed and built two theaters in Petrozavodsk, the house-museum of A. Green in the city Old Crimea. He took part in the reconstruction of the Central House of Artists in Moscow. Since the early 1960s, Brodsky is increasingly a book designer, and, in the end, this work is important in his life. Brodsky creates illustrations for many books, including the multi-volume collected works of Greene, T. Dreiser, P. Merimee, Maupassant, R. Rolla, Stevenson, Flaubert and Zweig.
He illustrated the following: "Not listed" and "Do not shoot the white swans" by Boris Vasilyev; "Optimistic Tragedy" by Vishnevsky; "The Gadfly" E. Voynich; "Spartacus" R. Giovagnoli, "Peer Gynt" by Ibsen,
"Babi Yar" Kuznetsov, "The Story of a Real Man" by B. Field.
Moscow Federal City, Russian Federation
Created by: julia&keld
Record added: Nov 28, 2012
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