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Soviet Ukrainian artist Tatyana Golembiyevskaya

Soviet Ukrainian artist Tatyana Golembiyevskaya

Harvest, detail of painting by Soviet Ukrainian artist Tatyana Golembiyevskaya (born 1936)

Soviet Ukrainian artist Tatyana Golembiyevskaya – People’s Artist of Ukraine, Honored Art Worker of the Ukrainian SSR (1966), People’s Artist of the USSR (1986), and Corresponding member of the USSR Academy of Arts (1988).
Born November 7, 1936 in Kiev, Tatiana Nikolayevna Golembiyevskaya grew up in a family of artists. In 1962 she graduated from the Kiev State Art Institute, where her teachers were V.Kostetsky, K.Trokhimenko, S.Grigoriev, and I.Shtilman. Member of the Union of Artists of the USSR since 1962, she studied at the Creative Workshops of the cademy of Arts of the USSR in Kiev until 1965. In addition to studying, Golembiyevskays was an active participant of exhibitions of Soviet art – republican (1960), All-Union (1961), and foreign (since 1963).
Author of genre paintings, master of landscape and still life, she also worked in the field of easel painting. Besides, in 1968, Tatyana Golembiyevskaya began working as a teacher at the Kiev Art Institute (1984 – professor).
In 1968 she became a laureate of the Republican Komsomol Prize of Nikolay Ostrovsky.

Immortality (co-villagers at the obelisk to the Hero of WWII). 1973. All Union Exhibition of Soviet art (May-June 1973, Moscow) devoted to 55 years of the Soviet Army Forces

Immortality (co-villagers at the obelisk to the Hero of WWII). 1973. All Union Exhibition of Soviet art (May-June 1973, Moscow) devoted to 55 years of the Soviet Army Forces

Meanwhile, in 1973, for the painting “Immortality” the artist was awarded the Silver Medal of Mitrofan Grekov.
Tatyana Nikolaevna directed the Creative Workshops of the Academy of Arts of the USSR in Kiev (1989 – 1991). In addition, she worked as post-graduate student in easel painting at the National Academy of Fine Arts and Architecture.

The artist’s works are in museum and private collections in Russia, Ukraine, USA, Great Britain, Germany, France, Japan and other countries.

Soviet Ukrainian artist Tatyana Golembiyevskaya

Source

Relay of Traditions. Grekovtsy. G. Kucherenko. Publishing house “Fine Arts”. Moscow. 1975