Lot #45 | Ukraine Has Not Yet Perished by Yana Evtushenko
13 Years Old
2022. Kharkiv City, Ukraine
● 15,7″x11,8″ (40х30 cm) Gouache, Cotton Drawing Paper
● This Artwork Comes With a Wall Plaque of the Good Samaritan
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Current bid: $1,200.00
‘Ukraine Has Not Yet Perished’ is the national anthem of Ukraine. It is one of the state symbols of the country.
The lyrics constitute a slightly modified version of the first stanza of a patriotic poem written in 1862 by the poet Pavlo Chubynsky, a prominent ethnographer from Kyiv. In 1863, Mykhailo Verbytsky, a Ukrainian composer and Greek-Catholic priest, composed music to accompany Chubynsky’s text. The first choral performance of the piece was at the Ukraine Theatre in Lviv, in 1864.
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