FEODOSIY HUMENYUK (1941, Rybchyntsi village, now Vinnytsia region) – painter, graphic artist, teacher; member of the National Union of Artists of Ukraine (1988); head of the studio of historical painting (1993) and professor of the Academy of Fine Arts and Architecture (2000); Laureate of the National Prize of Ukraine named after T. Shevchenko (1993); Honored Art Worker of Ukraine (1995); People’s Artist of Ukraine (2009).
He studied at the Dnepropetrovsk Art School (1959-1965, teacher Kalashnik J.), Institute of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture. I. Repin (Leningrad, 1965–1971, teacher Serebryany J.). According to Humeniuk’s sketches, stained glass windows were made in the Ukraina (Kyiv) and Dnipropetrovsk hotels (early 1980s).
In his work he covers the historical past of Ukraine, its folk customs and rituals, which combine ancient traditions with elements of modern art. The artist often combines the decorative properties of color and geometric stylization of spots.
He has participated in all-Ukrainian, all-Union and international art exhibitions since 1966. In 1974 he took part in the first exhibition of nonconformists in Leningrad, in 1975 – in the first exhibition of Ukrainian unofficial artists in Moscow. He has held many solo exhibitions in Ukraine and abroad: in Toronto (1978, 1980, 1983, 1989, 1996), Winnipeg (1984), Lviv (1988, 1998), Kiev (1988, 1991, 1997, 2001, 2006), Ottawa and New York (1989), Kharkiv (1990), Dnipropetrovsk (1990–1991), Paris (1991), Vinnytsia and Khmelnytsky (1992), Chernivtsi, and Kamianets-Podilskyi (1993).

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