The Ethnology Notebooks. 2017, 6 (138), 1496—1502
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THE WOOD THAT UNITES: FOLK MOTIFS IN THE ART OF MASTERS OF ARTISTIC WOOD FROM THE VILLAGES OF VELYKYI BYCHKIV AND VYSHKOVO
Kozurak Mykola Stepanovych, senior research fellow
at the research sector of the Lviv National Academy of Arts,
Kubiiovycha Str., 38, Lviv, 79011, Ukraine.
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Abstract. The article presents new research materials about carvers of Transcarpathians, collected in the expeditions 2016—2017, during which some littleknown or completely unknown names of folk artists were recorded. In particular, the work of a number of mastercarvers in Velykyi Bychkiv and Vyshkovo folk art centers is considered, and the original character of their works and practices of contemporary comprehension of folk traditions is highlighted.
Keywords: carving, folk traditions, monuments, cultural heritage.
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