3 Soviet Kids Drawings Back from 1930s

Soviet Kids Drawings Back from 1930s

Posted on December 22, 2017 by tim


Let’s take a look at Soviet kids’ drawings back from 1930s. Kids were drawing things that surrounded them, things that they saw, and this is how it looked like. Some of the drawings kids were sending to children Soviet magazines and they got published so survived till our age together with exact year published often an age of the artist.  Some are masterpieces.  First one is a “Physical Training Men Parade” by 9 year old Russian kid from Saratov. 1935.

“In the class”. Anya, 14 y.o., 1934.

“Socialistic city”. Unknown author, 14 y.o., 1934.

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3 Responses to “Soviet Kids Drawings Back from 1930s”

  1. L R Tuggle says:

    So many of the these artists probably died in WW II – they were the right age to serve. The Kirov pieces were interesting. No one had any idea of what this would lead to. Stalin (who probably had him assassinated) used his death as an excuse for a great purge of the old Bolsheviks (accusing them of being involved) and once again “thin out the herd”.

    • Chris Sobieniak says:

      It is interesting to think of the shorten lives some of these children had given when these were made. Certainly an interesting look into Soviet life from that point of view.

  2. Joya Knori says:

    I have been absent for some time, but now I remember why I used to love this site. Thanks , I will try and check back more often. How frequently you update your website?

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