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Flowers and Birds in Ukrainian Kilim Design includes the text of the groundbreaking study “Ukrainian Kilims” by the distinguished Ukrainian art historian Stefan Taranushenko (1889–1976). Although he spent many years working on this monograph, he never managed to complete it. The reproductions of the finest extant examples of kilims from ten museums in Ukraine and The Ukrainian Museum in New York City featured in this book serve as a kind of sequel to Taranushenko’s scholarly research.
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Serhii Bilokin is a Ukrainian historian with advanced degrees in both philology and history. He was granted the Shevchenko Prize for his dissertation in history, "Mass Terror as a Method of State Administration in the USSR." He is an honorary professor at Kyiv Mohyla Academy and the director of the Ukrainian Center for Culturological Studies. Natalka Diachenko-Zabashta is a graduate of the Institute of Applied and Decorative Arts and the Lviv National Academy of Arts, where she taught from 1979 to 1999. Since 2000 she has taught at the Mykhailo Boichuk Kyiv State Institute of Decorative and Applied Art and Design. She is a practicing textile artist with works on display at museums across Ukraine. Stefan Taranushenko was a giant in the field of Ukrainian art studies. He was one of the first Ukrainians to earn a doctorate in the field of art history and served as the director of the State Museum of Ukrainian Art. He was arrested for his work by the Soviet authorities and lived in exile away from Ukraine from 1934 to 1953. Taranushenko died in 1976 in Kyiv.
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Book Description Rodovid Press, [New York], 2014. Hardcover. Condition: New. 9.5 x 12 Hardback in mylar dustjacket in New condition. Shelfwear.; "This book presents collections of floral kilims from a dozen leading Ukrainian museums and The Ukrainian Museum in New York. Traditional textiles from the end of the 17th century to the beginning of the 20th are shown through the eyes of seven contemporary designers who deftly execute ancient ornaments. This publication also presents, for the first time ever in print, the renowned Ukrainian art historian Stefan Tarnushenko’s unfinished foundational manuscript, "Ukrainian Kilims." Birds and Flowers in Ukrainian Kilim Design is the first in a three-volume set on Ukrainian kilims. The second volume will be dedicated to geometric ornamentation, and the third to artists’ original kilim designs." -Publisher. English/Ukrainian text.; 408 pp. Seller Inventory # BOOKS010045I
Book Description Rodovid Press, 2016. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M9667845826
Book Description Rodovid Press, 2016. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P119667845826