“Kyiv Cinema”

LUCHENKO YEVHEN, born on July 30, 1914 – died in 1994 – Ukrainian painter. He spent his childhood in Konotop where the future artist studied at the studio of Olexandr Hoffmann. In 1931, Yevhen Luchenko entered the Kyiv Art College where he studied under K.D. Trokhymenko. Since 1934, he studied at the Kyiv State Art Institute (now the National Academy of Visual Arts and Architecture) in the studio of F. H. Krychevskyi. Having returned from the front, the artist continued his studies and in 1946 graduated from the Institute. He became a member of the Union of Artists in 1946. In November 1947, Y.D. Luchenko made his debut at the All-Union Art Exhibition (Moscow), was a participant of exhibitions at the State Tretiakov Gallery, the State Museum of Fine Arts named after O. S. Pushkin. He worked in the field of easel painting and is known as the master of portrait, landscape, and genre painting. Luchenko’s works are on display in the National Art Museum of Ukraine, Donetsk, Zaporozhia, Kramatorsk, Rivne, Sumy art museums. They can also be found in Konotop, Ternopil, Uman, Khmelnitskyi and Yahotyn historical museums, private collections in Ukraine and abroad.



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