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Mychajlo Dmytrenko, catalogue, [exhibition] April-May honoring [the Bicentennial of USA and Centennial of Ukrainian settlement in USA]. [Mykhaĭlo Dmytrenko]. mychajlo dmytrenko Download mychajlo dmytrenko or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.
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Mychajlo Dmytrenko, paintings, sketches for polychromy, drawings: [exhibition] Hamtramck Mychajlo Dmytrenko. book Library, September[Mykhaĭlo Dmytrenko; Hamtramck Public Library.]. The Ukrainian Association of Visual Artists of Canada (USOM) was founded in – by the arts activists Mykhailo Dmytrenko, Bohdan Stebelsky and Ivan Keywan with the support of other like-minded artists.
The Visual Arts Section of this Club chaired by Mychajlo Dmytrenko was very active.3 After a very successful international.
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