Mykola Tseluiko


Mykola Tseluiko

Mykola Tseluiko

Mykola Ivanovych Tseluiko (1937-2007) was a painter and artist from Kharkiv who moved to Lviv during WWII. In 1965, he moved to Kherson as a fabric pattern artist and lived there for the rest of his life. He painted with tempera and water-color on paper. Most of his works depicted scenes from nature, and his sketches and paintings included Crimea, the Carpathian Mountains, the Caucasus, Central Asia, the Baltics, Moldova and Russia.

'Sorry. Moldova.' (1977)

‘Soroky. Moldova.’ (1977)

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'Autumn Still Life' (1966)

‘Autumn Still Life’ (1966)

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'Still Life (with cracknels)'

‘Still Life (with cracknels)’

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'Still Life. Kherson.' (1967)

‘Still Life. Kherson.’ (1967)

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'A Street on the Mountain. Strategy, Moldova.' (1967)

‘A Street on the Mountain. Strasheny, Moldova.’ (1967)

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'Outskirts of Sukhumi' (1981)

‘Outskirts of Sukhumi’ (1981)

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