Stanislovas Jančiukas

Stanislovas Jančiukas (5 November 1937 in Seirijis – 11 May 2006) was a Lithuanian fashion designer.[1]

BiographyEdit

In 1969, he graduated from the Art Institute in Tallinn, Estonia. In 1969–1994, he worked as an artist at the "art" factory in Vilnius.

WorksEdit

Creator albums, diaries, notebooks, leather goods products for mass production standards, honor, reviews of books, folders, greetings and more. Works characterized by subtle forms of modeliuotė, figurative, architect. motives and style of harmony. Since 1970 participates in exhibitions and solo exhibitions held in Vilnius 1997

The most important works: the book reviews and maps exposition in the Trakai History Museum, in 1973–1975, "Album", 1976, panels and guest books ship "Lithuania", 1979, and honorary guest book at Vilnius University in 1979, a notebook with initials, 1986, photo boxes, 1988, J guestbook. Basanaviciaus Ožkabaliuose Museum, 2002.[2]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ http://test.svs.lt/?Daile;Number%28156%29;Article%283593%29;
  2. ^ Nijolė Žilinskienė. "Stanislovas Jančiukas". Visuotinė lietuvių enciklopedija, T. VIII (Imhof-Junusas). V.: Mokslo ir enciklopedijų leidybos institutas, 2005, 507 psl.

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