Participation of Gregory Pavlutskiy (1861-1924) in national and international scientific forums of the late 19th and early 20th centuries

Keywords: Archaeological congress, church building, architectural style, historical and cultural heritage, antiquities, synagogue

Abstract

G. Pavlutskiy’s participation in the work of the leading scientific forums of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, namely Archaeological congresses and archaeological congresses, was opened in the article. The author defines the topics of the reports submitted by a scientist during their work. Grigory Grigorovich devoted his studies to the study of the national church architecture of the 16th - 18th centuries. It was established that it was G. Pavlutskiy for the first time in the national science raised the question of the need to study the national architectural school. The analysis of works by G. Pavlutskiy made it possible to establish that the researcher defended the hypothesis about the authentic origin of Ukrainian church architecture and its original.The researcher conducted parallels between the Byzantine and Ukrainian wooden church architecture. He argued the origin of the latter from Byzantium. Kiev architects, taking over the main forms of temple construction from Byzantium, reworked and refined them.The author determined that while working in scientific forums, G. Pavlutskiy described the Ukrainian wooden architecture of the Cossacks era, determined the main stylistic features of the monuments of the Left Bank and Right Bank Ukraine, emphasized the need for in-depth study of the stone Kyiv architecture of the Hetmanate.The analysis of works by G. Pavlutskiy made it possible to establish that the researcher defended the hypothesis about the authentic origin of Ukrainian church architecture and its original architectural style. It was discovered that G. Pavlutskiy was directly involved in the preparation of the XV Archaeological Congress. G. Pavlutskiy emphasized the need to study all the remnants of the church’s antiquity. The researcher noted their stylistic connection with the wooden secular architecture. It is indicated that the results of his researches were also represented by a scientist abroad: in Athens and Cairo. The author notes that G. Pavlutskiy also researched Jewish synagogues. The author shows participation of G. Pavlutskiy in scientific discussions, and therefore proved his active participation in the scientific life of the country.

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Published
2018-04-09
How to Cite
Bohatyakova, O. V. (2018). Participation of Gregory Pavlutskiy (1861-1924) in national and international scientific forums of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Grani, 21(2), 92-98. https://doi.org/10.15421/171821
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