|Born||Viktor Volodymyrovych Kryzhanivskyi
May 12, 1950
Zayachivka, Volyn Oblast, Ukrainian SSR
|Died||July 22, 2016
|Education||Kiev State Institute of Arts|
|Notable work||Series of works: "Slavs", "Touch", "Shevchenko in St. Petersburg, Pages Pereiaslav Council, Volin and others made in techniques of color etching, Monotype, pastels, oils, acrylic during 1983 - 2008rr (total number of works over the years - about one thousand)|
Viktor Krizhanivskyi (Ukrainian: Віктор Володимирович Крижанівський; May 12, 1950 – July 22, 2016) was a Ukrainian painter and artist.
In 1982 Kryzhanivskyi graduated from Kiev State Institute of Arts. At the time of his death he was a lecturer of the Department of Drawing Art of National Academy of Arts and Architecture, a member of the National Art's Union, a Doctor of Philosophy in Fine Arts (Kingston University) and a participant in municipal, state and international exhibitions. He organized twenty personal exhibitions for 30 years of his creative work. His original works are exhibited in museums in Ukraine as well as in personal collections around the world.
- New personal site of Viktor Kryzhanivskyi
- Old personal site of Viktor Kryzhanivskyi
- Kryzhanivskyi's paintings
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