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Odaynik-Samoyolenko Zoya Alexandrovna

Odaynik-Samoyolenko Zoya Alexandrovna

1924 - 2002


Soviet Ukrainian painter. Member of the USSR Academy of Arts. She was born on December 31, 1924 in Kiev. Graduated from the Kiev Art Institute (1952). Teachers by specialty – I. Shtilman, S. Erzhikovsky, V. Kostetsky, S. Grigoriev, M. Sharonov, K. Yelev. The wife of the People’s Artist of the Ukrainian SSR Vadim Odaynik, the mother of the painters Sergei and Oksana Odaynikov. In 1941 she graduated from the Republican Art Secondary School. T.G. Shevchenko. During the Great Patriotic War, she passed through the concentration camp “Ravensbrück” – she was then seventeen. Zoya Odaynik – Samoylenko – author of numerous genre paintings, portraits, landscapes, still lifes. She worked in the easel painting industry. She participated in exhibitions: republican since 1957, all-Union since 1961. The main works: “Entry into Kiev” (1957); “Spring in the Carpathians” (1958); “Rest” (1958); “Collective Farm Girls” (1964); “Immortality” (1965), “Girls. Poltava region “(1965); “Oksanochka” (1965); “Cheremshina” (1969); “Autumn” (1981); “Self-portrait” (1985); “Bells” (1985); “Ukrainian Still Life” (1989); “In the Garden” (1990) and many others. The works are in many museums of Ukraine, Russia and private collections, in the galleries “THE MATTEW GALLERY” and “THE CHAMBERS GALLERY” (Great Britain), “KUSU” and “GEKOSO” (Japan) , Canada, China, Italy, the USA. Also purchased in the funds of the Directorate of Exhibitions of the National Union of Artists of Ukraine and the Directorate of Exhibitions of the Ministry of Culture and Art of the USSR and Ukraine. She passed away on September 2, 2002 in Kiev, she was buried in Baikovo Cemetery with her husband.


Photo: Somoylenko Zoya “Girls” 1962 year


Photo: Samoylenko Zoya “Conversation in the train compartment”


Photo: Samoylenko Zoya “Chess” 1965 year


Photo: Samoylenko Zoya “Girls and Poltava”, 1965


Photo: Samoylenko Zoya “Ukrainian Still Life” 1989