Dzyndra, Yevhen

Image - Yevhen Dzyndra Image - Yevhen Dzyndra working on his sculpture of Christ (1938). Image - Yevhen Dzyndra: Girl with Book (Lesia Ukrainka) (1942).

Dzyndra, Yevhen [Дзиндра, Євген], b 12 August 1913 in Demnia, Lviv county, Galicia, d 2 September 1983 in Lviv. Sculptor; the brother of Mykhailo Dzyndra. Dzyndra graduated from the Lviv School of Applied and Decorative Art in 1938. He worked mostly in stone. Among his works are the following: a bust of Ilarion Svientsitsky (1939) and his grave monument in Lviv (1960); busts of Ludwig van Beethoven (1955), Mykola Leontovych (1959), Yevhen T. Kozak (1962), Ivan Trush (1964), Hryhorii Tiutiunnyk (1965), and Vasyl Yeroshenko (1969); the monument to Taras Shevchenko in Mukachevo (1954); the monument to the victims of fascism in Volodymyr (in Volhynia) (together with Teodosiia Bryzh, 1966); and the compositions Girl with a Book (1942) and Shevchenko in Exile (1964).

[This article originally appeared in the Encyclopedia of Ukraine, vol. 1 (1984).]

Image - Yevhen Dzyndra: a sculpture of Hryhorii Tiuiunnyk. Image - Yevhen Dzyndra: Ludwig van Beethoven. Image - Yevhen Dzyndra: Old Hutsul Woman. Image - Yevhen Dzyndra: Self-portrait. Image - Yevhen Dzyndra: a sculpture of Vasyl Yeroshenko. Image - Yevhen Dzyndra: a sculpture of Yevhen T. Kozak.

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