Lot #159 | Glory To Ukraine by Vladyslav, Veronika, Darya, Maria, Victoria
Vladyslav Patiy, aged 10
Veronika Samoilova, aged 8
Darya (Dasha) Moskalets, aged 6
Maria Stelmakh, aged 10
Victoria Ermolenko, aged 8,
collaboratively developed this art application on April 3, 2022, in the subway station “Derzhprom” in the city of Kharkiv.
In March and April of 2022, a group of Ukrainian children known as the “Metro” drew these pictures while seeking refuge in the subway stations of Kharkiv, where they had taken shelter from Russian bombs and rockets.
● 23,6″x32,3″ (60×82 cm) Application, Cotton Drawing Paper
● This Artwork Comes With a Wall Plaque of the Good Samaritan
● Free Worldwide Shipping
Make a donation, take part in the auction, or spread the word about this event to aid in our efforts to build a better future for Ukrainian children who have been greatly affected by the devastating collapse of houses. For additional details and to contribute towards the development of the remarkable Mother Terese Rehabilitation Center, please visit their website. Together, we have the power to create a significant and enduring change!
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These children’s drawings were created by talented Ukrainian children who found themselves in the midst of the harshest war conditions. Russian bombs and rockets are falling on the heads of these children and their parents. Some are killed, some are maimed. The death toll is in the thousands. Entire cities are wiped off the face of the earth, both large, like Mariupol, and small, too numerous to count.
Truly, the historical part of the collection consists of drawings by children from the city of Kharkiv. They were created at the Kharkiv metro stations, where parents hid their children during the winter months of 2022, when Kharkiv was subjected to particularly intense daily bombing, and the Russian army was stationed in the vicinity of the city.
Volunteers and art teachers, such as Lyubov Milovanova and Marina Ladyzhenskaya, organized “underground art clubs” at 29 metro stations – the Kharkiv metro has a total of 30 underground stations – where they distracted children’s minds from the fear of war.
By purchasing any of these works, you make a charitable contribution to the creation of the Mother Teresa Rehabilitation Center on the Adriatic coast, where particularly disadvantaged Ukrainian children will receive assistance. Those who have lost their hands or legs due to bombings or buildings collapsing on them. And some have lost both.
The Soul of Ukraine, an International Charitable Foundation, thanks all participants in this charity auction. It is compassionate people who make up the best part of those who call themselves humanity.
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