Photographs of talented masters of the Soviet time were close to masterpieces. Being so much esthetically valuable, they portray some historic events, everyday life of Soviet commoners and prominent figures. Right here we collected the best works of a Soviet photographer Boris Ignatovich – all dated the 1930-40s.
The photo of Ignatovich that got his career going. It’s a writer Zoschenko buying apples, 1923.
“Our response to Chamberlain”.
Liquidation of the “kulaks” as a class.
A call for elections.
At the conference hall of the All-Union Leninist Young Communist League.
Stalin and Mamlakat.
At the Hermitage.
Boris Pasternak and Korney Chukovsky, famous Soviet writers, 1935.
At the concentration camp, 1944.
The contribution of Boris Ignatovich and his Soviet colleagues in the photo art was enormous. They took it to the next level and made the complete idea of the photo art much wider.