Belarusian Art, Painting, Art History, & Criticism, etc.
My Land; Paintings of Belarusan Artists (Maya Ziamla; Zhyvapis
Belaruskikh Mastakou), Text in Belarusan and English; Valiantsina Tryhubovich, intr. and comp. Mensk, Mastatstva Magazine & SPC "Simon," 1996; 160 pages; 985-6256-02-X. (Note: Printing & paper quality is good but not to the US/Japan/European art book standard.)
"My Land is a selective presentation of work by 59 Belarusan painters from the 19th through the 20th centuries. The intent of this publication is to familiarize the reader with the richness and diversity of artistic expression among Belarusan painters. The reproductions are chronologically arranged. This approach allows the reader to follow stylistic changes in Belarusan art. The reproduction section is followed by a biographical section containing information on each artist, and on his/her works included in this publication."
"Valiantsina Tryhubovich is a graduate of the Belarusan State University (1970) in the field of journalism. Her specialties are art history and culture. She is an art critic and she heads the department of visual arts of the major monthly magazine Mastatstva (Art) since 1983. Her articles have appeared in Belarusan and foreign publications on the subject of modern Belarusan art. Her publication on modern Belarusan artists entitled: To Ennoble a Person was published in 1981."
In Belarus: Available in Mensk in many of the city center bookstores (last verified in spring, 2002).
In the USA: If you would like to order a copy of this book, e-mail your request to (please verify the following information is still correct): firstname.lastname@example.org.
Price in USA approximately $50 plus $4 for shipping and handling. Please contact Serge at preceding e-mail address to verify price and availability.
Collection of photographs of paintings, sculptures, bas reliefs, etc., of Yakub (Jakub; Jacob) Kolas. Brief introduction and text labels in 6 languages: Belarusian, Russian, English, French, German, and Spanish.
Information in Unicode (UTF-8) font encoding: Якуб Колас: у Творчасці Мастакоў, Автор текста і составітель, Юріі Александровіч Карачун, Мінск, выдавецтва Беларусь, 1982. формат 84Х108 1/16, Тыраж 10 000 экз.
For additional information about the author, follow this link to the Jakub Kolas section.