The Krzemieniec open-air painting days have been brought back to life thanks to the efforts of the IRSA Institute, Anatoly Martyniuk and the Kremenets Pedagogical Institute, with the financial support of the IRSA Foundation. In the 1930s the open-air painting sessions were held annually. It is our hope that the restored open-air painting days will promote contacts of Polish and Ukrainian artists and will contribute to the development of Polish-Ukrainian cultural contacts. Among Polish participants of the outdoor painting sessions were, e.g. Roman Banaszewski and Ryszard Rogala, while among the Ukrainians were: Anatoly Martyniuk, Oleg Denysenko, Volodymyr Lobun, Dmytro Stecko, Oleksandr Noha and the People’s Artist of Ukraine Ivan Marchuk.

The Krzemieniec open-air painting days have been brought back to life thanks to the efforts of the IRSA Institute, Anatoly Martyniuk and the Kremenets Pedagogical Institute, with the financial support of the IRSA Foundation. In the 1930s the open-air painting sessions were held annually. It is our hope that the restored open-air painting days will promote contacts of Polish and Ukrainian artists and will contribute to the development of Polish-Ukrainian cultural contacts.

Among Polish participants of the outdoor painting sessions were, e.g. Roman Banaszewski and Ryszard Rogala, while among the Ukrainians were: Anatoly Martyniuk, Oleg Denysenko, Volodymyr Lobun, Dmytro Stecko, Oleksandr Noha and the People’s Artist of Ukraine Ivan Marchuk.

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Józef Grabski, Anatoly Martyniuk, Ivan Marchuk, Dmytro Stecko

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Exhibition of works created during the outdoor painting sessions

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Prof. Roman Banaszewski with his watercolours painted during the outdoor painting sessions

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The watercolours of Ryszard Rogala