« 2017. #4 (136)

The Ethnology Notebooks. 2017, 4 (136), 935–940

UDK 726:7.01

DOI https://doi.org/10.15407/nz2017.04.935


Sydor VitaliiPhD candidate of Design and Theory of Art Department

of Teaching and Research Institute of Art,

SHEI «Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpatian National University».

57 Taras Shevchenko str., Ivano-Frankivsk, 76000, Ukraine

Abstract. The article reveals to the essence of the landscape of religious sculpture as a distinct component of spiritual culture of the Ukrainian people and its religious component characteristic environment. The status, role and place of sacred art as key basic categories in the field of knowledge and expression of the essential principles of this sculpture are defined. Found out the format and extent of interaction between these categories, the equivalent of their synthesis and efficiency. It is emphasized that functional, image-species, iconography, performing program of the objects is closely interrelated with each other because each of them basically fundamentally rejects any differentiation or self-sufficiency.

Keywords: landscape iconic sculpture, nature, sacred, art, knowledge, expression, content, development, culture, spirituality, community, society.

Received 3.07.2017


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