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Koveshnikova, O. V.; Kyiv State Institute art-crafts and design by the name of Michael Boychuk, Ukraine (2012)
Publisher: Національний Авиаційний Університет
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: Architecture; Anatoly Dobrowolsky; aesthetic activity; artistic activity., 72.036 [UDC 72.01]
This article discusses the relationship between socio–historicaland artistic design techniques specific Ukrainian architect Anatoly Dobrowolsky (1910–1988). The author concludes that the work of two masters in harmony inherent in the creative approach: a commitment to adherence to national traditions, working on architectural detail (design, aesthetic creation) and unconditional adherence to the principle of perfect architectural forms (artisticcreation). This article discusses the relationship between socio–historicaland artistic design techniques specific Ukrainian architect Anatoly Dobrowolsky (1910–1988). The author concludes that the work of two masters in harmony inherent in the creative approach: a commitment to adherence to national traditions, working on architectural detail (design, aesthetic creation) and unconditional adherence to the principle of perfect architectural forms (artisticcreation).
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