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Pysanky from Right Bank Ukraine, via Present & Correct.

Pysanky from Right Bank Ukraine, via Present & Correct.

Traditional Ukrainian pysanky from Western Podillya, Kharkiv and Zaporizhia

Traditional Ukrainian pysanky from Western Podillya, Kharkiv and Zaporizhia

Traditional Pysanky: Western Podillya. Many  eggs display a berehynia (goddess) or serpent motif. Podillya has managed to preserve many ancient pysanka designs and patterns.

Traditional Pysanky: Western Podillya. Many eggs display a berehynia (goddess) or serpent motif. Podillya has managed to preserve many ancient pysanka designs and patterns.

Pysanka is the Ukrainian art of decorating eggs, using ink and a wax resist.

Pysanka is the Ukrainian art of decorating eggs, using ink and a wax resist.

Traditional Pysanky: Far Western Ukraine Західна Закордонна Україна

Traditional Pysanky: Far Western Ukraine Західна Закордонна Україна

Pysanky | vintage traditional Ukrainian decorated eggs, 1968 ✭ happy Easter // joyeuses Pâques

Pysanky | vintage traditional Ukrainian decorated eggs, 1968 ✭ happy Easter // joyeuses Pâques

Traditional Pysanky: Kyiv Region. These pysanky are all from the region of Ukraine’s ancient capital, Kyiv (see map here).  Note, though, that the first egg in the first row is a depiction of a Kyivan Rus’ era ceramic pysanka, not a traditional pysanka pattern.

Traditional Pysanky: Kyiv Region. These pysanky are all from the region of Ukraine’s ancient capital, Kyiv (see map here). Note, though, that the first egg in the first row is a depiction of a Kyivan Rus’ era ceramic pysanka, not a traditional pysanka pattern.

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