Roman Bezpalkiv

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Roman Bezpalkiv
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Roman Bezpalkiv, Ukrainian painter.
Born April 15, 1938
village Hlushyn, Lviv region (Lviv Oblast)  Poland
Died

November 19, 2009
Lviv  Ukraine

Buried – Lychakiv Cemetery
Education Lviv Medical Institute (1956-1962), Lviv National Academy of Arts (1965-1971).
Known for Painting, Drawing
Movement Ukrainian impressionist
Awards

Honored Artist of Ukraine (1998)

Zaslmist.

Roman Bezpalkiv (Ukrainian: Рома́н Безпа́лків) – (April 15, 1938, village Hlushyn, Lviv region (Lviv Oblast) – November 19, 2009, Lviv) – was a Ukrainian painter. Genre – painting, sacral art. Member of the National Union of Artists of Ukraine (1988). Honored Artist of Ukraine (1998).

1962 graduated from Lviv Medical Institute. In 1965 he enrolled in Lviv National Academy of Arts and finished it in 1971.

From 1970 he worked as a teacher of painting in Lviv College of Decorative and Applied Arts named after Ivan Trush.[1]

Author of many scenic and of sacral of works, among them philosophical portraits of figures of Ukrainian culture as Taras Shevchenko, Bohdan Ihor Antonych, Markiyan Shashkevych, Ivan Vyshenskyi, Kateryna Bilokur and others. Participated in the personal, national and international exhibitions.

He died after a long illness Nov. 19, 2009, and was buried in the Lychakiv Cemetery,[2] Lviv.

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  • Ukrainian: Яців Р. М. Безпалків Роман Михайлович // С. 382. ISBN 966-02-2681-0.