Kyiv Graphic Arts and Printing School

Kyiv Graphic Arts and Printing School [Київська школа графіки і друкарської справи; Kyivska shkola hrafiky i drukarskoi spravy]. A vocational art school founded in 1903 and directed by Vasyl Kulzhenko, a graduate of the Leipzig Polygraphic Academy. Artists such as Fotii Krasytsky, Okhrim Sudomora, and Grigorii Zolotov served on its faculty. Fine art publications were printed in the school’s workshop as well as a journal Iskusstvo i pechatnoe delo [Art and Printing]. It closed in 1918.

[This article originally appeared in the Encyclopedia of Ukraine, vol. 2 (1988).]




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