« 2017. #4 (136)

The Ethnology Notebooks. 2017, 4 (136), 971–976

UDK 72.012(477.73).

DOI https://doi.org/10.15407/nz2017.04.971


Sapak Natalia Victorivna — a candidate of study

of art professor, associate professor of department

of design of Separated subdivision “Mykolaiv branch

of the Kyiv national university of culture andarts”.

street of Decembrists, 17, 54001, Mykolaiv, Ukraine.

Abstract. The sources of architectural design in Mykolaiv in ХІХ — at the beginning of ХХ century on the example of artistic metal, artistic screw-thread and brick building has been researched. The grounds of development of these types of art and their stylish and technological features have been defined. Connection between craftmen’s activity and becoming of design professional training has been underlined.

Keywords: metallic-plastic arts, screw-thread, brick building, artistic education, design.

Received 6.07.2017


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