National Museum of Hutsulshchyna and Pokuttya Folk Art named after Yosaphat Kobrynskyy


Art available to everyone!

Art available to everyone!

The National Museum of Hutsulshchyna & Pokuttya Folk Art is implementing a website adaptation according to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1.

The project is supported by The Ukrainian Cultural Foundation, a state-owned institution aiming to facilitate development of culture and arts in Ukraine.

We are working hard to create a high-quality inclusive web-product. Thus we’ll make the biggest collection of Hutsul & Pokuttya folk art available to everyone worldwide. 

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Retrospective View

Retrospective View

National Museum of Hutsulshchyna and Pokuttya Folk Art named after Yosaphat Kobrynsky was established in 1926 in Kolomyya. It is located in the downtown. It had previously been People’s House erected at the Ukrainian community expense.

Its collections contain more than 50 000 items representing all kinds of Hutsul and Pokuttya traditional folk art since 17th c. till nowadays. However, there are particular exhibits dating from 4 millennium BC and representing the agricultural culture that is well-known as “Trypillya” (Three-Field system) in history and archeology. The authors of those artistic merits were inhabitants of Carpathian highlands of Ivano-Frankivsk, Zakarpattya and Chernivtsi districts, as well as Pokuttia located between Prut, Dnister and Cheremosh rivers.

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