City Center of Lviv
2002
Saint
1969
Carollers
1969
Cossack Mamay
1969
Drowning of Marena
1969
Love
1969
Art
1969
Stone Women
1969
Witch
1969
Dažbog. From the cycle “Ukrainian Mythology”
1970
Stribog. From the cycle “Ukrainian Mythology”
1970
Perun. From the cycle “Ukrainian Mythology”
1970
Svarog. From the cycle “Ukrainian Mythology”
1970
Belobog and Chernobog. From the cycle “Ukrainian Mythology”
1970
Yarylo. From the cycle “Ukrainian Mythology”
1970
Veles. From the cycle “Ukrainian Mythology”
1971
Mokosh. From the cycle “Ukrainian Mythology”
1971
Živa. From the cycle “Ukrainian Mythology”
1971
Lada. From the cycle “Ukrainian Mythology”
1971
Marena. From the cycle “Ukrainian Mythology”
1971
Hors. From the cycle “Ukrainian Mythology”
1972
From the cycle “Our People”
1973
From the cycle “Our People”
1973/1988
From the cycle “Our People”
1973/1988
From the cycle “Our People”
1973
From the cycle “Our People”
1973
From the cycle “Our People”
1973
Where the Hell Are You Going?
1975
The Koliada
1975
City Center of Lviv (from the High Castle)
1981
City Center of Lviv (from the Lysa Hora)
1981
Shah-i-Zinda. From the cycle “Journey Across Uzbekistan”
1981
Bukharian Jews. From the cycle “Journey Across Uzbekistan”
1981
The Ensemble of the Bernardine Monastery in Lviv
1982
St. George’s Cathedral in Lviv (with gate)
1983
St. George’s Cathedral in Lviv (view from the courtyard)
1984
City Center of Lviv (view from the hotel “Dniester”)
1984
No. 15. From the cycle “The March of the Dwarfs”
1984
Ex-libris “Shevchenkiana of Nestor Hnativ”
1987
Ex-libris “Shevchenkiana of Halyna Menkush”
1987
Ex-libris “Shevchenkiana of Marian Kuzyk”
1987
Ex-libris "To the 175th Taras Shevchenko’s anniversary"
1987
Ex-libris "To the 175th Taras Shevchenko’s anniversary"
1987
Ex-libris "To the 175th Taras Shevchenko’s anniversary"
1987
“The Sleep of Reason Produces Monsters” (based on “Los Caprichos” by Goya)
1988
Psalm 12. Illustration for Taras Shevchenko’s “The Psalms of David”
1989
Psalm 1. Illustration for Taras Shevchenko’s “The Psalms of David”
1989
Psalm 43. Illustration for Taras Shevchenko’s “The Psalms of David”
1989
Psalm 93. Illustration for Taras Shevchenko’s “The Psalms of David”
1989
Psalm 149. Illustration for Taras Shevchenko’s “The Psalms of David”
1989
City Center of Lviv (Market Square, eastern part)
1991
The Path to Virtue is Difficult
1996
Our Passion is to Destroy Us
1996
Wine Cheers the Heart
1996
Work is the Same for Everyone
1997
City Center of Lviv
2006