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Si Liudmyla Nikolaevna Semykina (Ukrainian ⁇; namundag Agosto 23, 1924 - Enero 12, 2021) sarong pintor asin parapinta na taga Odesa, Ukraine, asin Artistang may Onra sa Ukrania (2009). Ginawadan siya kan Taras Shevchenko National Prize kan Ukraine nin seryeng kostumes para sa High Castle (1997) asin nanggana sa Vasyl Stus Premyo (2000). Si Semykina midbid sa saiyang mga obra, kaiba na diyan an dakul na pintura, tanawon, asin sagkod ngonyan buhay igdi kan Odesa.

Biograpiya[baguhon | baguhon an source]

Si Semykina naggradwar sa Grekov Odesa Art School kan 1943 asin Kiev State Art Institute kan 1953. Nagin siyang myembro kan Union of Artists of Ukraine kan 1958. Kan 1964, sarong taon pagkatapos niyang makabali an Club of Creative Youth sa Kyiv, siya pigsugo kan Unibersidad nin Kyiv na magpinta nin ladawan. Siya nag gibo nin sarong sang-galas na panel na naglaladawan kan anggot na si Taras Shevchenko na may kapot na babaying binubugbog asin libro. An babaying binubugbog sa gibo ni Semykina nagsimbolisar kan Ukraine.[1] Inskripsiyon kan pintura nagsasabi na "Papakusugon ko ini na mga gamgam na ulipon, pakanid-an ko an salita sa pamingtan".[2] An ipinintang ini linaglag kan Komunistang gobyerno.[3] Huli [4] saiyang Mga kahagadan publiko asin politikal na mga aktibidad siya pinahale sa Unyon of Artists kan Ukraniano SS kan 1968.[1] Poon 1968 sagkod 1988 si Semykina nagdesenyo nin tradisyonal na mga kaapil sa Ukraniano. An iba man ginamit sa mga pelikula arog kan Zakhar Bertut. [5][6] taon 1988 siya nakipagtabangan liwat [7] Unyon Unido nin mga Artista.[3][4] [3] Semykina nagtutubod na an Krushchev Thaw, na sarong peryodo nin de-swelisasyon sa Unyon Sobyet, iyo an mga sentral na mensahe kan "Ika persona, respeto ka nguna."[4]

Likha[baguhon | baguhon an source]

Pochayna Metro Station, mosaic sa enotan kan hagyan pasiring sa plataporma, Timog na eksito
  • Grupong Portrait kan Daan Bolshevik Arsenals (54).
  • Sa puerto kan Odesa.
  • Banggi nin tiglipot
  • Duwang beses "Pakalibot" (54).
  • Windy Day (1957).
  • Repair kan bungang (1960).
  • Aga (1961).
  • The Legend of Kyiv (1966).
  • Pochayna Metro Station, nasang salming na bintana sa itaas kan hagyan pasiring sa plataporma, amihanan na luwas
    may ating salming na bintana "Taras Shevchenko sa Unibersidad kan Kiev" (co-autored, naraot kan Mayo 1964).
  • Skeyches of costumes for the film "Zahar Bert" (1970 ⁇ 1971).
  • Disenyo nin Hachayna metrotro station (1980)

Panliteratura[baguhon | baguhon an source]

  • Taras Shevchenko at the University of Kiev (co-authored, destroyed in May 1964).
  • Sketches of costumes for the film Zahar Berkut (1970–1971).
  • Encyclopedia of Ukrainian Studies (Ukr.) / V. Kubiyovych - Paris; New York
  • Young Life, 1954–1989. Art of Ukraine: Biographical Handbook, edited by AV Kudrytsky, MG Labinsky.
  • Ukrainian Encyclopedia, 1997. pp. 531–532 - ISBN 5-88500-071-9.

Mga gusali[baguhon | baguhon an source]

  • Estepiano
  • osipon hale sa Polandia
  • Panahon nin Prinsipe
  • Paglaglag
  • Moderno (1965-1996).
  • Disenyo nin Hachayna metrotro station (1980)

Reperensya[baguhon | baguhon an source]

  1. "'60. Втрачені скарби': українські аніматори представили унікальний онлайн-проєкт про художниць". Ukrayina Molod (in Ukrainian). February 2, 2021. Retrieved February 26, 2021. 
  2. "About awarding by the state awards of Ukraine of workers of the enterprises, establishments, the organizations of the city of Kiev". zakon.rada.gov.ua. Retrieved 2021-03-18. 
  3. "On awarding the Taras Shevchenko State Prizes of Ukraine in 1997". zakon.rada.gov.ua. Retrieved 2021-03-18. 
  4. States, Ukrainian Academy of Arts and Sciences in the United (1973). Annals (in English). 
  5. Farmer, K. C. (2012-12-06). Ukrainian Nationalism in the Post-Stalin Era: Myth, Symbols, and Ideology in Soviet Nationalities Policy (in English). Springer Science & Business Media. p. 111. ISBN 978-94-009-8907-8. 
  6. Struk, Danylo Husar (1993-12-15). Encyclopedia of Ukraine (in English). IV: Ph-Sr. University of Toronto Press. ISBN 978-1-4426-5126-5. 
  7. Pylpiuk, Natalia (2002). "Meditations on Stained Glass: Kholodny, Kalynets, Stus". Journal of Ukrainian Studies 27: 206. Plantilya:ProQuest. https://www.proquest.com/docview/209365098. 
  8. Potichnyj, Peter J.; Pelenski, Jaroslaw; Raeff, Marc; Zekulin, Gleb N. (1992). Ukraine and Russia in Their Historical Encounter (in English). CIUS Press. p. 185. ISBN 978-0-920862-84-1. 
  9. Chernetsky, Vitaly (2014). "The Pleasures and Problems of Leonid Osyka's Zakhar Berkut: Poetic Cinema and Its Limits". Canadian Slavonic Papers 56 (1–2): 52. doi:10.1080/00085006.2014.11092754. Plantilya:ProQuest. https://www.proquest.com/docview/1678888776. 
  10. Alexey Alekseevich Shovkunenko's students Archived July 14, 2014 in Wayback Machine.
  11. In the "Chronicle of Current Events" erroneously – Lyudmila Semikina
  12. Decree of the President of Ukraine of 28 May 2009 No. 374/2009 "On the awarding of state awards of Ukraine to employees of enterprises, institutions, organizations of the city of Kiev"
  13. Tromly, Benjamin (2009). "An Unlikely National Revival: Soviet Higher Learning and the Ukrainian "Sixtiers," 1953–65". The Russian Review 68 (4): 613. doi:10.1111/j.1467-9434.2009.00541.x. https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1467-9434.2009.00541.x. 
  1. States, Ukrainian Academy of Arts and Sciences in the United (1973). Annals (in English). 
  2. Farmer, K. C. (2012-12-06). Ukrainian Nationalism in the Post-Stalin Era: Myth, Symbols, and Ideology in Soviet Nationalities Policy (in English). Springer Science & Business Media. p. 111. ISBN 978-94-009-8907-8. 
  3. 3.0 3.1 Struk, Danylo Husar (1993-12-15). Encyclopedia of Ukraine (in English). IV: Ph-Sr. University of Toronto Press. ISBN 978-1-4426-5126-5. 
  4. Potichnyj, Peter J.; Pelenski, Jaroslaw; Raeff, Marc; Zekulin, Gleb N. (1992). Ukraine and Russia in Their Historical Encounter (in English). CIUS Press. p. 185. ISBN 978-0-920862-84-1. 
  5. Decree of the President of Ukraine of 28 May 2009 No. 374/2009 "On the awarding of state awards of Ukraine to employees of enterprises, institutions, organizations of the city of Kiev"
  6. In the "Chronicle of Current Events" erroneously – Lyudmila Semikina
  7. Alexey Alekseevich Shovkunenko's students Archived July 14, 2014 in Wayback Machine.