Boris Ioganson (1893-1973) - Interrogation of the Communists (1933)
Russia Stamp Issued 1967
Tretyakov Gallery Moscow
This is another example of socialism realism art being depicted in stamps by the Soviet Union during the height of the Cold War in the 1960s. The interrogated figures are calm and in control.
The artist retained positions of power in the art world during his career, becoming the head of the Tretyakov Gallery in 1954, while eventually becoming the President of the USSR Academy of Arts from 1961 to 1964. Socialist realism art obviously paid off during the Cold war.