Item UF2019.020.a004 - Wine Bottle, Fruit, and Glass of Wine

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Wine Bottle, Fruit, and Glass of Wine

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CA BMUFA 0244-UF2019.020.a004

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  • 1946 (Creation)
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    Dobrolige, Wadym
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    Heidenau, Germany

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1 oil painting on canvas 61 x 51 cm w

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(1913-1973)

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Wadym Dobrolige was born on December 7, 1913 in Nizhyn, Chernihiv region of the present day Ukraine. He was an artist and decorator. He graduated from the Kyiv Art Institute in 1935, and also studied at the Leningrad Institute of Sculpture and Architecture (1936). After coming back to Kyiv, he worked as a book illustrator. He was arrested, sent to Kolyma in Khabarovsk region of Russia, and was released in 1938. Worked as a film decorator under the supervision of Oleksandr Dovzhenko. During WWII he was captured by the Germans. In 1942 he fled the concentration camp and returned to Kyiv where he worked as a mechanic. Was taken by the Germans to Germany and ended up at a DP camp Heidenau near Hamburg where he organized an art studio. There he created over 20 portraits, three icons for the camp church, peisages, still lifes, and decorated most of the camp plays for the Ukrainian theatre.

In 1948, Dobrolige moved to Canada. He painted many icons and iconostases. He created the iconostasis for the St. John's Cathedral in Edmonton in baroque style. He decorated multiple theatre performances and created numerous portraits and still lifes. He died on October 4, 1973 in Edmonton, Alberta.

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This item is an oil painting on canvas

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