(1909, Gomel – 1972, Moscow)
Russian Soviet painter, graphic artist, teacher.
Drawing started in Gomel in the children's art Studio S. A. Kovrov (1922). From 1925 to 1930 he studied at the Leningrad art-industrial College (former College for the encouragement of arts), A. A. Rylov,
A. I. Vahrameeva, G. M. Bobrovsky, V. I. Zarubina.
After graduating for two years taught drawing in school and College the city of Miass in the Urals. In 1933 he moved to Moscow and joined the MOSH.
Participant of exhibitions since 1934. In total, the work of Aronov was exhibited at the 68 intra-Union and foreign exhibitions.
During the great Patriotic war, he taught at the Moscow art school of memory of 1905, worked in the TASS Windows.
The favorite motifs of creativity Aronova – motherhood, childhood, family.
In 1973, in Moscow, held a solo exhibition of the artist.
Artworks of Aronov stored in the State Russian Museum, museums of Perm, Krasnodar, Karelia, and in other collections.
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