DANYLO NARBUT

Catalogue

Editor Mykola Marychevsky
Kyiv, 1999

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    The catalogue was published within the project "In Memory of Danylo Narbut".
   
    There are people who are corner-stones of the epoch. One of them was Danylo Narbut - a thinker, an artist, a patriot.
    The main thing in his life was his love for Ukraine, pain for her past, and excitement for her future.
    He created his own Ukrainian artistic world, and  has been recognized for this.....

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CHURCHES (TEMPLES) OF UKRAINE

Album

Publisher "Mystetstvo"
Kyiv, 2000
(in Ukrainain, English, French))

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    This richly illustrated publication tells about the 2000 years history of building churches and temples in Ukraine, reveals
    their architectural and artistic secrets.
    It is intended to acquaint the reader with the diversity of types and images of church structures, with the great heritage
    of the Ukrainian people that should be preserved for generations to come.
   

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PODILLYA TRADITIONAL FOLK EMBROIDERY

Ethnographic aspect

by Luidmyla Bulhakova-Sytnyk
Lviv, 2005
(in Ukrainian with English summary)

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  The book is the first published research of traditional embroidery of Podillya region in early 20th century.
  Ukrainian folk embroidery is an important integrated part of everyday culture. But its scientific research started only in
  the middle of the 19th century when researchers became interested in folk culture.
  The book shows different techniques of embroidery, gives description of fabrics used in different areas of Podillya.....

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UKRAINE: THE HISTORY OF THE GREAT PEOPLE

Two volumes

by M.Videiko
Publisher "KVITS"
Kyiv, 2008
(in Ukrainian)

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      UKRAINE:
   from Trypillya 
   to the Antians
       UKRAINE:
    from the Antianss
       to Kyiv Rus

 

  The land of Ukraine had different names in different times: Kimmeria, Scythia, Sarmatia....
  All these names, sometimes unknown to us, were given to this land by the people who used
  to live here. What do we know about these names? Who were the people who lived here?
  How did they live? The history of this land, that is several thousand years old, was 
  discovered thanks to archeological researches during the latest one hundred fifty years.  .
  There are two volumes of the book which tells about certain pages of the ancient history:
  Volume I: from Trypillya culture (5400-2600 B.C.) to the culture of the Antians (people) (IV-V
  centuries A.D.)
  Volume II: from the Antians (people) (IV-V centuries A.D.) to Kyiv Rus (IX century A.D.)

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FROM INDIVISIBLE GRAIN

From the roots of generations

by Zoya Ruzhyn
Publisher "KYT"
Kyiv, 2008
(in Ukrainian)

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  The book tells about the heroic past of the Ukrainian land in a poetic form. It shows the significance of invaluable
   heritage we got from our Trypillya ancestors. The aim of the book is to return historical memory and dignity to Ukrainian
   people. To make them feel self-respect as the nation whose roots reach the starting point of the world civilization.
   The book calls on preserving the invaluable treasures of Ukraine.... 

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TRYPILLYA CIVILIZATION

by M. Videiko
Publisher "Academperiodyka"
Kyiv, 2003
184 pages, with white & black / color illustrations
(in Ukrainian)

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  The book tells the story which is so old that the human memory turned it into a legend. The name of this story is 
  Trypillya civilisation.
  Six thousand years ago, on the land which is now called Ukraine, there were large settlements. People whom we call
  Trypillyans were the founders of the first civilisation on our planet. Six thousand years ago they already knew how to
  grow grains, to process metals, to build large settlements. They were seeking for eternal life, they prayed and made
  sacrifices to High Powers, they created beautiful magic ornaments which amaze us even today...... 

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BOOKS OF POSTCARDS PUBLISHED BY HONCHAR MUSEUM

contain collectible postcards from the collection of Honchar museum

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UKRAINIAN EMBROIDERED OF MYROSLAVA KOT

  
 
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The album is the third book of a well-known in Drohobych embroiderer, Honoured folk art master, 
   
Member of the National Union of folk artists, Associated professor of Drohobych Pedagogical
   
university, Myroslava Kot. 

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EASTER PYSANKA

children's book for coloring

by Maryna Verhova
publisher "Knyha-Veha"
Vinnytsia, 2002

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  This book is a little unusual.
  It is not just a book for coloring which will help children to touch the majic process of coloring Easter pysanka.
  The author of the book, Maryna Verhova,  is a teacher, a member of the National Union of Folk Artists. In an easy and
  understandable for children way she tells them the history of symbols using for painting pysanka. Also, about different
  styles of pysanka from different regions of Ukraine....

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COSSACK MAMAI

 Kyiv, 2008
305 pages with color illistration
(in Ukrainian and English)

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he book is the first volume of "Cossack Mamai" project. This is the first scientific try to understand the cultural
   phenomenon of Cossack Mamai. The book also contains the catalogue of "mamais" of the XVII-XIX centuries from 
   museums and private collections, that is 91 images...

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