Taras Shevchenko Museum of Canada
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Museum Building

Taras H. Shevchenko
Museum & Memorial
Park Foundation

1614 Bloor St. West
Toronto, Ontario
M6P 1A7
Tel: 416-534-8662
Fax: 416-535-1063


Prints of Taras Shevchenko's watercolours are available at the Shevchenko Museum. These exclusive quality prints would be an excellent gift for Shevchenko art lovers. Prints are not framed. Delivery is possible. To enquire please call (416) 534-8662 or email shevchenkomuseum@bellnet.ca

Fire in the Steppe. 1848
29 cm x 20 cm
Askold Grave. 1846
35 cm x 25 cm
The Moonlit Night in Kos-Aral. 1849
28 cm x 15 cm
Nude. 1840
20 cm x 16 cm
Pochaiv Lavra. Southern View. 1846
36.5 cm x 28 cm
Voznesensky Cathedral in Pereyaslav. 1845
26 cm x 17.5 cm
Vozdvyzhensky Monastery in Poltava. 1845
26 cm x 19 cm
Mangyshlak Garden. 1851-1852
28 cm x 18 cm

Garden Near Novopetrovsk Fortress. 1854
28 cm x 17.5 cm
Nikolay Island. 1848
22.5 cm x 12 cm

Fortune Teller. 1841
20 cm x 27 cm

Self-Portrait. 1860
16 cm x 20 cm
Kazakh Katya. 1857
20 cm x 26 cm

Portrait of Ira Aldridge. 1858
27 cm x 34 cm
Kazakh Boy Playing with the Cat.
1856-1857, 19 cm x 26 cm
Portrait of Maria Maxymovych. 1859
24.5 cm x 32.5 cm


Samaritan Girl. 1856
20 cm x 25 cm
Interior of Pochaiv Lavra. 1846
27.5 cm x 36 cm
Robinson Crusoe. 1856
18.5 cm x 24 cm
Shevchenko Among his Fellow-Convicts
in Exile. 1856-1857, 20 cm x 27 cm

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First Ukrainian Immigration to Canada
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The son of a serf, Shevchenko became not only an artist and academician of Saint-Petersburg Academy of Art, but one of the most versatile people of 19th century. His paintings and graphics reflect a refined world that did not resemble his own life...(more)


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