Strelbytsky, Teodor

Image - Teodor Strelbytsky: The Miraculous Icon of the Pochaiv Mother of God (1780s). Image - Teodor Strelbytsky: The Holy Trinity (late 18th century).

Strelbytsky, Teodor (Fedir) [Стрельбицький, Теодор (Федір); Strel’byc’kyj], b and d ? Copper engraver of the late 18th and early 19th centuries, in Pochaiv. He engraved icons, such as Apostles Peter and Paul Carrying a Model of the Pochaiv Church, The Pochaiv Theotokos, and The Chernihiv Theotokos. He also made the wood engraving Saint John the Baptist (1802) and copper engravings in the folk style, including The Knight and Death and Two Paths of Life. The influence of classicism is evident in his work.

[This article originally appeared in the Encyclopedia of Ukraine, vol. 5 (1993).]

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