Synthesis of goodness and beauty of Petrikivsky decorative painting


  • T. A. Harkava Oles Honchar Dnipro national university
Keywords: Petrykivsky decorative painting, Ukrainian folk culture, philosophical principles, Environmental centrism, Calocagathia

Abstract

Petrykivsky decorative painting as a unique manifestation of Ukrainian national culture has been studied in the article. This painting is recognized all over the world as an intangible cultural heritage of humanity in the context of its philosophical principles. Petrykivsky decorative painting by its basis — murals,  reaches Tripoli and puts the Ukrainian culture among the ancient cultures of the world. At various stages of ethnos’ existence, Ukrainian folk decorative art was an important part of the spiritual life and reflected its identity, ensuring the continuity of spiritual connection between generations. Motives of Petrykivka decorative painting describe the local flora and fauna and the local historical tradition. Folk artists get their inspiration from the mother nature, traditional for the Ukrainian people worship to Mother-land and all beautiful things, which are created by it. However, Petrykivsky decorative painting is not a direct reflection of natural motifs. World, created in paintings, is the product of the imagination of folk artist. Calocagathia (synthesis of beauty and goodness) of Petrykivsky school is seen in high spiritual and moral culture of the Ukrainian people, in their pursuit to improve the space of their life, to perpetuate the generous beauty of the world by the love to beauty and goodness in all its forms using a variety of colors and patterns.

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Published
2017-06-07
How to Cite
Harkava, T. (2017). Synthesis of goodness and beauty of Petrikivsky decorative painting. Grani, 20(3), 110-113. https://doi.org/10.15421/171750
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