Eugene, Apsit (in Latvian Aleksandrs Apsītis)-known poster artist, and I was just interested in the artists, most of them in the poster "observed" I have not been before. Plastov, for example. Or Yuon.
By the way, interestingly there was destiny Apsita.
During 1918 - 1919 years Apsit performed a large number of posters, signed by various aliases: asp, A-T, A. Petrov. His activity was cut short abruptly: in 1919 during the onset of Denikin he left Moscow, and traces of his lost. After the Civil War, they were found in Latvia, the birthplace of the artist. There he continued working as an illustrator and poster artist, but to rise to the heights of creative upsurge 1918 - 1919 period has never failed, and the revolutionary poster remains the most vivid page of his work and significant contribution to the history of Soviet art.
But he himself, as we see, the Soviets feared and fled from them when they came to Latvia. He knew, probably, their good.
In 1939 Apsit moved to National Socialist Germany, where he died in 1944. On the last years of his life nothing is known.
And Bogdanov-Belsky lived in Latvia from 1921, and also then left. February 19, 1945 during the bombing NP Bogdanov-Belsky dies. He was buried at the Russian Orthodox cemetery in Berlin's Tegel.
Bogaevsky also from Russian bombs killed. In the Crimea, in its Feodosia. But they do terrible details are known, because it was a day in a city street.