Visnyk of the Lviv University. Series Art Studies


2007. 07





Natalia VLADIMIROVA. Interspecific Connections as an Entry Factor of Ukrainian Theatre in West European Culture Air (Lviv Press 19001930). S. 311

Hanna VESELOVSKA. The Last Premier of Mykola Sadovski Theatre. S. 1220

Natalia ERMAKOVA. Phenomenology of Narodnuj Malahij M. Kulish- L.Kurbas. S. 2143

Maryna GRYNYSHYNA. Lesj Kurbas. Berezilskij Testament. S. 4453

Viktoriya MATYUSHA. British and American XXth Century Drama in Ukraine: History of Staging and Publications. S. 54-57

Oleksandr CHEPALOV. Birgit Kullberg Mats Ek: From Narration to Ruination of the Myths. S. 5864




Lubov KYYANOVSKA. Peremysjka School as a Cultural Phenomenon. S. 6571

Maciej GOŁĄB. Polish and Ukrainian Folk Music in the Works by Composer Jozef Koffler (18961944). S. 7280

Zoryana ZHIGAL. To the History of Using the Method of Comparative Solmization in Ukrainian and Foreign Musical Pedagogy. S. 8186




Nazar KOZAK. The Cycle of the Ecumenical Councils at Saint Onouphrios Church in Lavriv: Reconstruction and Identification. S. 87113

Maria GELYTOVYCH. Defining More Accurately the Dating of Some Icons from 16th Century at the Light of New Researches. S. 114118

Olesia KOLOS. Icon from 17th Century St. Mary Egyptian with Life from the Church Birth of Mary in Liskovate. S. 119124

Emilija SYDOR. Influence of National Art in Architectural Metal of Lviv at the Beginning of XX Century. S. 132137




Barbara LASOCKA. Lubomirski: the Creators of Ossolineum. S. 138149

Renata TAŃCZUK. Collection as Biographical Object. S. 150160




Volodimir ALEKSANDROVICH. The act of visit of the Govkva church in 1728 and no date description of Plebania from XVIII century. S. 161182

Marianna ZUBELIAK. Solomia Krushelnitska in Argentina (the view of materials from the fond collection from S. Krushelnitska museum in Lviv). S. 183214




Nazar KOZAK. Gelitovich M. Mary with the Child: the icons from the National museum collection in Lviv. Lviv Svichado, 2005. S. 215218



Visnyk of the Lviv University. Series Art Studies