The Ethnology Notebooks. 2019, 1 (145), 57—65
UDK 745.52(477):7.036.1 “1930/1960”
ORCID ID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-0340-5436
Candidate of Art Studies, Associate Professor, Teacher
Institute of Arts of Vasyl Stefanyk
Precarpathian National University,
Department of Design and Theory of Art
34a, Sakharova str., 76000, Ivano-Frankivsk, Ukraine
Contacts: e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Abstract. The article deals with the factors of the formation of the phenomena of thematic carpet weaving in the Ukrainian art of the 1930s—1960s. The specifics of the development of this artistic practice in the conditions of the Soviet totalitarian system were highlighted, and the decisive influence of socialist realism on the visual stylistics and the genre structure of the woven panel was determined. The main focus is on carpet themes, hierarchy of genres, and also shown as this kind of carpet weaved on the prospects of Ukrainian and other post-Soviet national textile art schools.
Keywords: thematic carpet, socialist realism, ideology.
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