Exhibition of brooches 1910-1970 by the House of High Jewelry Art Van Cleef & Arpels.
The exhibition, which will take place both in the museum halls and on a virtual platform, will feature works that truly convey the attitude to…
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13.02.2020 Lecture: Breaking of epochs and breaking of destinies. Ukrainian art of late 19th - early 20th century
A whole generation of Ukrainian artists had to live in a difficult turning point in the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries, in which there were revolutions, wars and repressions.
An example of the brutal massacre of artists inconvenient for the Bolsheviks is the tragic fate of Alexander Murashko, who was shot in the back of the head. The new Soviet government, by destroying the "old world", was able to "forget" about the famous master Sergei Svetoslavsky, who died in poverty. In these turbulent times Ukraine leaves, saying goodbye to home, friends, homeland, artists Petro Nilus, Stepan Kolesnikov, Abram Manevich, Mykola Kuznetsov.
You can learn about the dramatic destinies of the most prominent artists of the era and their creative paths at the lecture “Breaking the Era and Breaking the Destiny. Ukrainian art of the second half of the nineteenth century. - the beginning of the twentieth century» Olga Zhbankova, senior research associate of the second half of the nineteenth century. - beginning of the twentieth century. NAMU.
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Cover: Vsevolod Maksymovych. Self-portrait. 1913. NAMU's collection