Authors:
Olga Svirid, Kseniya Traskovskaya
Supervisor :
Irina E. Shumchenya
Art for every nation - is a reflection of the spirit of their nation,
their life. It unites people of different nationalit...
• show the development of Belarusian culture
and the culture of the United Kingdom;
• draw parallels between their culture...
12th-century
poet
Kiryla Turauski
(1130-1182)
Francis Skaryna
(1485-1545)
The flourishing period of
Belarusian literature ...
John Keats (1795 -
1821)
Geoffrey
ChaucerGeoffrey of
Monmouth
Sir Thomas
More
The major figures in the development of the
...
M. Radzivil T. Kasciuska
Verasy
Krama
Kazimir
Ahinski
Siabry
Pesniary Bi-2
Lyapis
Trubetskoy
Hubert
Parry
Edward
Elgar
Gustav
Holst
Arthur
Sullivan
George
Frideric
Handel
Composers of the nineteenth century:
Benjami...
St. Euphrosyne
church
The Catholic
Church of SS.
Simeon and
Helena
Cathedral of the
Holy Ghost
Niasviz castle
The Mir Cast...
Fonthill Abbey
St Paul's
Cathedral
The Tower of
London
The Swiss Re
Buildings
The Millennium
Dome
Lloyd's
Building
The Gre...
Napoleon Orda
(1807-1883)
Stanislau
Bohush-
Sestrzancievic
(1869-1927)
Valencij
Vankovich
(1799-1842)
Kazimir
Alchimovic
(...
Allan Ramsay
Thomas
Lawrence
Henry Raeburn
Sir Joshua
Reynolds
William
Hogarth
Anthony van Dyck
Nicholas
HilliardHans Holb...
The Vankoviches’
The National Art
Museum of The
Republic of Belarus
Opera and Ballet
Theatre
The Francis
Skaryna Belarusian
Library and
Museum
The British
Museum
The Royal
Shakespeare
Theatre
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Art for every nation - is a reflection of the spirit of their nation, their life. It unites people of different nationalities and helps them to understand each other better. That is why we decided to show you the way Belarus and The UK has been developing through art. Only in comparison we can give them a full color, so that we can look at the heart of these two countries. So our goal is to give you a clear understanding of their cultures and their development.
Olga Svirid together with Kseniya Traskovskaya

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Development of two countries through art: Belarus and The UK

  1. 1. Authors: Olga Svirid, Kseniya Traskovskaya Supervisor : Irina E. Shumchenya
  2. 2. Art for every nation - is a reflection of the spirit of their nation, their life. It unites people of different nationalities and helps them to understand each other better. That is why we decided to show you the way Belarus and The UK has been developing through art. Only in comparison we can give them a full color, so that we can look at the heart of these two countries. So our goal is to give you a clear understanding  of their cultures and their development.
  3. 3. • show the development of Belarusian culture and the culture of the United Kingdom; • draw parallels between their cultures.
  4. 4. 12th-century poet Kiryla Turauski (1130-1182) Francis Skaryna (1485-1545) The flourishing period of Belarusian literature was in the 19th century. Uladimir Karatkevic Vasil’ Bykov Maxim Bahdanovic Zmitrok Biadula Janka Kupala Jakub Kolas
  5. 5. John Keats (1795 - 1821) Geoffrey ChaucerGeoffrey of Monmouth Sir Thomas More The major figures in the development of the history of the British literature: The year 1564 sees the birth of two poets: Christopher  Marlowe William Shakespeare Novelists: Daniel Defoe Charles Dickens Sisters Bronte George Eliot The 19th century:
  6. 6. M. Radzivil T. Kasciuska Verasy Krama Kazimir Ahinski Siabry Pesniary Bi-2 Lyapis Trubetskoy
  7. 7. Hubert Parry Edward Elgar Gustav Holst Arthur Sullivan George Frideric Handel Composers of the nineteenth century: Benjamin Britten Ralph Vaughan Williams The Beatles Pink Floyd The Who The Rolling Stones Andrew Lloyd Webber
  8. 8. St. Euphrosyne church The Catholic Church of SS. Simeon and Helena Cathedral of the Holy Ghost Niasviz castle The Mir Castle St. Boris and St. Gleb’s church
  9. 9. Fonthill Abbey St Paul's Cathedral The Tower of London The Swiss Re Buildings The Millennium Dome Lloyd's Building The Greater London Authority H.Q
  10. 10. Napoleon Orda (1807-1883) Stanislau Bohush- Sestrzancievic (1869-1927) Valencij Vankovich (1799-1842) Kazimir Alchimovic (1840-1917) Harouski Marc Chagall
  11. 11. Allan Ramsay Thomas Lawrence Henry Raeburn Sir Joshua Reynolds William Hogarth Anthony van Dyck Nicholas HilliardHans Holbein
  12. 12. The Vankoviches’ The National Art Museum of The Republic of Belarus Opera and Ballet Theatre
  13. 13. The Francis Skaryna Belarusian Library and Museum The British Museum The Royal Shakespeare Theatre

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