Borov, Naum Grigor'evich
Born 1906, Kiev, Russian Empire; died 1942, Moscow, USSR
Prior to his professional life as a graphic artist and an architect, Naum Grigorievich Borov studied and graduated (in 1930) from VKhUTEIN (Higher Art and Technical Institute). Borov worked as a designer, artist and decorator of mass celebrations. As an architect, he worked in the design studios of Mossovet (city administration of Moscow) engaged in interior decoration, architectural and urban decor. During World War II, he served as a lieutenant and company commander on the Karelian front.
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