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Bratanyuk Vasily
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Bratanyuk Vasily

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Born 1964, Starokonstantinov, Ukraine.
1980-1984 — studying at the Odessa art college.
1984-1986 — studying at the studios of K. Lomykin and M. Ryasnyansky, Ukraine.
1997 — graduated from I.E. Repin Institute for Painting, Sculpture and Architecture.



Museums and private collections:

Museum of Theater and Musical Art (St. Petersburg);
Museum of the Academy of Russian Ballet.  I. Vaganova (St. Petersburg);
The Maltese Chapel Museum (St. Petersburg);
Memorial Museum-apartment of the Samoilov actors (St. Petersburg);
Bashkir State Art Museum named by M. Nesterov;
Bolkhovsky museum of local lore;
Samara Regional Art Museum;
Chelyabinsk Picture Gallery;
Museum of the History of Starokonstantinov;
Museum of Art (England);
Oryol Regional Museum of Fine Arts;
Alupka Palace and Park Museum Reserve;
Chernihiv Art Museum named by Galaganov;
Odessa Art Museum;
Kirovograd Regional Art Museum;
Local Lore Museum Chuguev;
Picture gallery named by E. Moiseenko (Buda-Koshelevo, Belarus);
Ulyanovsk Regional Art Museum;
Chuguev Art Museum. I.E. Repin;
Castle of Prince Ostrozhsky Vasily-Konstantin (Starokonstantinov, Ukraine);
Theater Museum named after A. A. Bakhrushin (Moscow);
Udmurt Republican Museum of Fine Arts;
Pierre Bonnard Museum (France);
National Museum of Montenegro (Cetinje).
 
Private collections of:
Ukraine, Russia, England, France, Germany, Belgium, Holland, Greece, Egypt, Canada, USA, Japan, Italy, Finland, Israel, India, Serbia, Finland, Belarus, Australia, Denmark and China.
 
Editions:
The album "Artists of Russia to the world." St. Petersburg;
Album Artindex. St. Petersburg;
The album "The path to unity." St. Petersburg;
Album-catalog St. Petersburg-London (personal exhibition);
Album "Modern Russian Realism", Moscow;
Album-catalog gallery "Belgravia" London;
Journal Petersburg Artist, No. 14 (08). St. Petersburg;
Journal Russian World (2009), Paris;
The book "Images of India in the work of artists of St. Petersburg" (2009), St. Petersburg;
The book "Outstanding and famous artists of St. Petersburg in contemporary art", (2010), St. Petersburg;
The book "Modern Peredvizhniki XXI Century" (2010), St. Petersburg;
The Ballet magazine (2011), Moscow;
Catalog "Russian Impressionism" Dallas, USA;
Catalog “Property of Russia” (2011), Ekaterinburg;
Heritage of Great Traditions catalog (2012), St. Petersburg;
The album "City Starokonstantinov. Ancient and now ”(2012);
Catalog "Connection of Times" (2013), Kazan;
Catalog "Romanovs and Art" (2013), St. Petersburg;
Catalog “Thirsty with Spiritual Thirst” (2013), St. Petersburg;
Catalog "Century Traditions" (2014), Ufa;
The book "Taras Shevchenko and his Petersburg environment". Materials of the XIV International Seminar (on the occasion of the 200th anniversary of the birth) (2014), Library of the Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg;
Catalog “Loyalty to Tradition” (2015), St. Petersburg;
Catalog "Collection V.F. Pustarnakova ”(2015), Cetinje, Montenegro;
“The Gift of the Blue God” catalog (2015), St. Petersburg;
The book "Figures of science and culture of Russia and Ukraine (XVIII-XX centuries)." Materials of the XV International Seminar (2015). Library of the Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg;
The book "Shevchenko's Petersburg". Pocket Guide (2015), Kiev;
The book "Ukrainians in the state apparatus of Russia" (XVIII-beginning. XX centuries.). Materials of the XVI International Seminar (2016), Library of the Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg;
Catalog “Reflection of the Soul” (2017), Yekaterinburg;
Catalog “Pearls of the Art Collection” (2017), Academy of Russian Ballet named after A.Ya. Vaganova. St. Petersburg;
The album “VII anniversary album of the Union of Artists” (2017); St. Petersburg;
Catalog "Teachers and Students" (2018), St. Petersburg;
The Empire of Ballet catalog (2018), St. Petersburg;
Catalog "On the sunny side" (2018), St. Petersburg;
"Encyclopedic Foundation of Russia" (http://www.russika.ru/a.php?a=1682).
The book Russian Writers and Representatives of Culture Hailing from Ukraine in the 18th – 20th Centuries) (2018), Library of the Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg;
The book "Shevchenko Chronicle. The Legendary Pages of the Great Kobzar ”(2018), Library of the Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg.

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Bratanyuk Vasily


Born 1964, Starokonstantinov, Ukraine.
1980-1984 — studying at the Odessa art college.
1984-1986 — studying at the studios of K. Lomykin and M. Ryasnyansky, Ukraine.
1997 — graduated from I.E. Repin Institute for Painting, Sculpture and Architecture.



Museums and private collections:

Museum of Theater and Musical Art (St. Petersburg);
Museum of the Academy of Russian Ballet.  I. Vaganova (St. Petersburg);
The Maltese Chapel Museum (St. Petersburg);
Memorial Museum-apartment of the Samoilov actors (St. Petersburg);
Bashkir State Art Museum named by M. Nesterov;
Bolkhovsky museum of local lore;
Samara Regional Art Museum;
Chelyabinsk Picture Gallery;
Museum of the History of Starokonstantinov;
Museum of Art (England);
Oryol Regional Museum of Fine Arts;
Alupka Palace and Park Museum Reserve;
Chernihiv Art Museum named by Galaganov;
Odessa Art Museum;
Kirovograd Regional Art Museum;
Local Lore Museum Chuguev;
Picture gallery named by E. Moiseenko (Buda-Koshelevo, Belarus);
Ulyanovsk Regional Art Museum;
Chuguev Art Museum. I.E. Repin;
Castle of Prince Ostrozhsky Vasily-Konstantin (Starokonstantinov, Ukraine);
Theater Museum named after A. A. Bakhrushin (Moscow);
Udmurt Republican Museum of Fine Arts;
Pierre Bonnard Museum (France);
National Museum of Montenegro (Cetinje).
 
Private collections of:
Ukraine, Russia, England, France, Germany, Belgium, Holland, Greece, Egypt, Canada, USA, Japan, Italy, Finland, Israel, India, Serbia, Finland, Belarus, Australia, Denmark and China.
 
Editions:
The album "Artists of Russia to the world." St. Petersburg;
Album Artindex. St. Petersburg;
The album "The path to unity." St. Petersburg;
Album-catalog St. Petersburg-London (personal exhibition);
Album "Modern Russian Realism", Moscow;
Album-catalog gallery "Belgravia" London;
Journal Petersburg Artist, No. 14 (08). St. Petersburg;
Journal Russian World (2009), Paris;
The book "Images of India in the work of artists of St. Petersburg" (2009), St. Petersburg;
The book "Outstanding and famous artists of St. Petersburg in contemporary art", (2010), St. Petersburg;
The book "Modern Peredvizhniki XXI Century" (2010), St. Petersburg;
The Ballet magazine (2011), Moscow;
Catalog "Russian Impressionism" Dallas, USA;
Catalog “Property of Russia” (2011), Ekaterinburg;
Heritage of Great Traditions catalog (2012), St. Petersburg;
The album "City Starokonstantinov. Ancient and now ”(2012);
Catalog "Connection of Times" (2013), Kazan;
Catalog "Romanovs and Art" (2013), St. Petersburg;
Catalog “Thirsty with Spiritual Thirst” (2013), St. Petersburg;
Catalog "Century Traditions" (2014), Ufa;
The book "Taras Shevchenko and his Petersburg environment". Materials of the XIV International Seminar (on the occasion of the 200th anniversary of the birth) (2014), Library of the Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg;
Catalog “Loyalty to Tradition” (2015), St. Petersburg;
Catalog "Collection V.F. Pustarnakova ”(2015), Cetinje, Montenegro;
“The Gift of the Blue God” catalog (2015), St. Petersburg;
The book "Figures of science and culture of Russia and Ukraine (XVIII-XX centuries)." Materials of the XV International Seminar (2015). Library of the Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg;
The book "Shevchenko's Petersburg". Pocket Guide (2015), Kiev;
The book "Ukrainians in the state apparatus of Russia" (XVIII-beginning. XX centuries.). Materials of the XVI International Seminar (2016), Library of the Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg;
Catalog “Reflection of the Soul” (2017), Yekaterinburg;
Catalog “Pearls of the Art Collection” (2017), Academy of Russian Ballet named after A.Ya. Vaganova. St. Petersburg;
The album “VII anniversary album of the Union of Artists” (2017); St. Petersburg;
Catalog "Teachers and Students" (2018), St. Petersburg;
The Empire of Ballet catalog (2018), St. Petersburg;
Catalog "On the sunny side" (2018), St. Petersburg;
"Encyclopedic Foundation of Russia" (http://www.russika.ru/a.php?a=1682).
The book Russian Writers and Representatives of Culture Hailing from Ukraine in the 18th – 20th Centuries) (2018), Library of the Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg;
The book "Shevchenko Chronicle. The Legendary Pages of the Great Kobzar ”(2018), Library of the Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg.

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7987
| 2019-10-03