Zhukov Boris

Tashkent, Uzbekistan

Cartoonist, poster artist

He was born in Kizyl-Arvat, Turkmenistan in 1906.
From 1927 to 1931 he studied at the Moscow Polygraphic Institute.
Since 1937 he illustrated and made out books for Goslitizdat of the Uzbek SSR, publishing houses “Ash Guards”, “Tashkent” and others.
Carried out cartoons on political and everyday topics for the Tashkent newspapers Pravda Voboka, Kizil Uzbekiston, magazine Mushtuk.
During the Great Patriotic War, the artist worked on agitation posters and created a number of interesting pages in collaboration with the artist I. I. Ikramov (“For Motherland, for Honor, for Freedom!” 1941, Farhadges builds a heroic people “1943,” Comrade! on-the-spot, do not flinch the secrets of the enemy “1943).
After the war, he performed socio-political and agricultural posters (“Long live the 35th anniversary
The Great October Socialist Revolution! “1952,” Sow in time! “1954).
In 1963, a solo exhibition of the works of Boris Zhukov in Tashkent was held. The works of BS Zhukov are stored in the collections of the Scientific Library of the Russian Academy of Arts.
Since 1969, Honored Artist of the Uzbek SSR.
Member of the USSR Union of Artists.


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