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Golub Stepan Pilippovich

(1927 – 2006)

Golub Stepan Pilippovich – was born in 1927 in the Yatranovka village, Kyiv region. He studied at the Simferopol Art College. Mentors: Shcheglov M., Volodimirov S. Worked in the easel painting. Since 1954 he took part in regional, republican and all-union art exhibitions. Since 1956, Member of the National Union of Artists of Ukraine. Member of the Crimean organization of the National Union of Artists. The main works: "Behind the Enemy Lines" (1955 - 1957); "In the Kerch Catacombs" (1959-1960); "At noon" (1960); "Girlfriends" (1968) and others. His works are presented in art museums of Ukraine and Russia, as well as in private collections abroad. The artist died in 2006.

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