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Glan-Globus, Veniamin Borisovich

Глан-Глобус, Вениамин Борисович

Born c. 1898, Vilnius, Vilna Governorate, Russian Empire; died c. 1938, State Prison, USSR

Veniamin Borisovich Glan-Globus was a Soviet graphic artist and an illustrator of children's books. From 1921 to 1923, he studied in the graphic department at VKhUTEMAS (Higher Art and Technical Studios) art school in Moscow. During the 1930s, Glan-Globus designed posters. Reportedly, he was arrested by Soviet authorities in 1937 and then ultimately sentenced to death.


Junge, M. (2020). Stalinistische Modernisierung. Die Strafverfolgung von Akteuren des Staatsterrors in der Ukraine 1939-1941. Bielefeld: transcript-Verlag. (p. 4, Glan-Globus poster “Woman Worker be at the forefront of the builders of socialism”, cited)
Runin B. M. (1995). Moe okruzhenie zapiski sluchaino utselevshego. Moskva: Vosvranshchenie. (p. 46, Glan-Globus as a Komsomol member, cited). (bio) (dates of birth and death)