Ivan Trush Memorial Museum of Art is located in the private villa of the master that was designed by Alexander Lushpynskyi as a residence and a workshop at the same time. In 1986, due to the efforts of the artist’s descendants, the right to use the villa was transferred to Lviv National Museum.
The exposition shows visitors the history of artist’s private life and provides insight into the original creative atmosphere of Lviv during the first half of the 20th century. Periods when the artist travelled a lot can be particularly interesting for a visitor.
As a result of these journeys we’ve got wonderful works that illustrate the life of Ukrainian Hutsuls, landscapes of the southern coast of Crimea or his impressions of what he saw in Egypt.
Author Ihor Lylo
Translated by A. Kushch