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Galymskyi Vladyslav Mykhailovych (1860 - 1940)

A Ukrainian artist, landscape painter. He learned painting from M. Murashko at Kyiv Drawing School. From 1878 to 1888 he studied at St. Petersburg Academy of Arts. For his creative achievement he received the awards: in 1882 - the second silver medal, in 1884 - two second silver medals, in 1885 - the first silver medal, in 1886 - the first and the second silver medal, in 1887 - a small gold medal for the painting "View of the watermill". In 1888 he got the title of a class landscape painter of the 1st degree, and in 1893 he received the title of academician. He founded a school of painting and sculpture in Kyiv, which was situated in Lvivska Street, 14. He was a member of the Association of Itinerant Art Exhibitions established by V. Vasnetsov. He participated in the exhibitions of the Association of Itinerant Art Exhibitions with S. Svitoslavskyi, P. Svyedomskyi, O. Svyedomskyi, I. Rashevskyi, as well as with V.  Kotarbinskyi and V. Menko that were his friends. The works are presented in the State Russian Museum, the NAMU, the Poltava art Museum, etc.

Painters works:

Auction 16 Lot 25



«From the mill», IInd quarter 20thC
canvas, oil; 62
100


Price: 30 000 45 000 $


Auction 11 Lot 18



«Old Lviv», beginning of 1920s
cardboard, oil; 4033


Price: 8 000 10000 $


Auction 10 Lot 17



«Evening glow», late 19thC
canvas, oil; 17,532


Price: 6 000 8000 $


Auction 10 Lot 36



«Poultry yard», beginning 20thC
canvas, oil; 101,5116,2


Price: 60 000 80000 $


Auction 8 Lot 31



«Ukrainian meadows», late 19thC - beginning 20thC
canvas, oil; 60106


Price: 85 000 150000 $