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Vintage 1986 black and white Ukrainian etching by Lanyak Dmytro Oleksiiovych titled “Boiler,” showing a man wringing / twisting / draining water / oil into an barrel with factory stacks in the background. Titled and dated in pencil by the artist.
Lanyak Dmytro Oleksiiovych (AKA Lanyak Dmitry Alekseevich, AKA Ланяк Дмитро Олексiйович) (B -1937 - 2013)- Ukrainian painter , graphic artist , musician , teacher .
In 1945 , together with his parents, brother and sister, he was forced to move to Ukraine ( Donetsk region , Karakub village).
The same year the family moved to Boryslav .
In 1963 he graduated from the music school in Drohobych .
In 1970 - Lviv Conservatory.
He died on May 28, 2013. Buried in the village. Ranevychi, Drohobych district, Lviv region
He worked at the Boryslav Music School, accordion class - accordion .
He painted on his own from a young age.
His work is dominated by the Carpathian landscape ( watercolor , pastel , monotype , embossing , oil ).
He has repeatedly had exhibitions in Boryslav, Drohobych ( 2006 ), Poland, England ( Manchester , 1991 ).
Dmytro Lanyak's paintings are in private collections in Ukraine, Russia , England, Hungary , and Poland.
Very Good - See pictures
12” x 17.75” / Sans Mat - 8.25” x 13.25” (Width x Height)