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Thomas Sgovio, artist and author, is a native of Buffalo, New York. After graduating from Buffalo Technical High School in 1935, he went to Russia to continue his art education. His studies at Moscow Vsyekokhudojhnir Gallery of Fine Arts were abruptly interrupted in 1938 when he was arrested by the Soviet secret police and sent to the Gulag.
He spent 10 years at a concentration labor camp, in Northern Siberia mining for gold, plus and additional 5 years in the lumber region of Central Siberia. After Stalin's death, he was released. He spent 5 years in Moscow working as a commercial artist, and in 1960 finally succeeded in extricating himself and his mother from the USSR.
Mr. Sgovio has been recognized with many awards. He was constantly trying to spread his message of Freedom and Democracy and has written a hair raising book, called, DEAR AMERICA. Mr. Sgovio took a loan to self publish a limited number of books so the young generation could learn from his story and the plight so many suffered.
Mr. Sgovio drew a collection of 44 paintings from memory, depicting the repression he and millions of other suffered in the Soviet Union. The priceless art collection in on repository at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University for research purposes in the Russian Revolution archives.
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