THE KREMENETS OPEN-AIR PAINTING SESSIONS IN THE 1930s: TRADITION, CONTEMPORANEITY, PROSPECTS
THE KREMENETS OPEN-AIR PAINTING SESSIONS IN THE 1930s: TRADITION, CONTEMPORANEITY, PROSPECTS
ed. by Józef Grabski, Weronika Drohobycka-Grzesiak

Kraków 2013

200 × 258 mm, 247 pages

Polish and Ukrainian text

68 colour illustrations and plates, 54 b&w illustrations

hardback

ISBN 978-83-89831-23-1

 

On the cover: Panorama (detail), 2011

watercolour, 36 × 48 cm

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The Kremenets Open-Air Painting Sessions in the 1930s: Tradition, Contemporaneity, Prospects is a collection of papers presented at an international conference that took place in Kremenets (Ukraine) in 2011. The papers by Polish and Ukrainian historians and art historians explore the artistic milieu of the Kremenets and Volhynia region and introduce the artists’ colony that flourished there in the interwar period.