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Antonchik, Mikhail

Mikhail Antonchik - Woman in Ukrainian DressMikhail Antonchik - Catherine in the WoodsMikhail Antonchik - FieldMikhail Antonchik - Crimean ShoreMikhail Antonchik - Farm HutMikhail Antonchik - Blue Farm HouseMikhail Antonchik - Watermelon and ApplesMikhail Antonchik - Svetlana, Study in the SunMikhail Antonchik - Fishing Village near Shychinka
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Woman in Ukrainian Dress
Mikhail Antonchik - Woman in Ukrainian Dress

27 1/2" x 19 1/8" oil on board signed 1960's $5,500

Catherine in the Woods
Mikhail Antonchik - Catherine in the Woods

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Field
Mikhail Antonchik - Field

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Crimean Shore
Mikhail Antonchik - Crimean Shore

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Farm Hut
Mikhail Antonchik - Farm Hut

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Blue Farm House
Mikhail Antonchik - Blue Farm House

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Watermelon and Apples
Mikhail Antonchik - Watermelon and Apples

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Svetlana, Study in the Sun
Mikhail Antonchik - Svetlana, Study in the Sun

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Fishing Village near Shychinka
Mikhail Antonchik - Fishing Village near Shychinka

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1921 - 1998

Soviet Ukrainian artist Mikhail Antonchik (15 June, 1921 – 8 July, 1998) – member of the USSR Union of artists (1950), Honored Artist of the USSR (1970), People's Artist of the USSR (1982). He studied in the Kiev State Art Institute (1944-1950), workshops of Soviet artists A. Petritsky and K. Eleva. The artist mostly worked in the field of easel painting and began exhibiting in 1949.


Mikhail Vladislavovich Antonchik is the author of lyrical paintings on rural themes, posters, and portraits. In particular, "Portrait of the milkmaid K. Koshevaya", "The Peace Will Win", "Youth", "Holiday in the village of Morintsy", "Poem about a Woman", "Golden Age", "My teachers", "Morning", "The owner of his native land. Twice Hero of Socialist Labor F. Zhelyuk" (1975), and others.

Representative of Soviet school of socialist realism, Mikhail Vladislavovich died on July 8, 1998 in Kiev. His works are in the National Art Museum and other museums of Ukraine and Russia, as well as in private collections in Europe and US.

Antonchik is listed in Matthew Bown's, A Dictionary of Twentieth Century Russian and Soviet Painters.