At the initiative of Denys Shmyhal, the original paintings by Serhii Vasylkivsky and Volodymyr Orlovsky, exhibited in the office of the Prime Minister of Ukraine, were returned to the collection of the National Art Museum.
"All three paintings are the cultural heritage of Ukraine. And they should be presented in the museum for everyone," said Denys Shmyhal.
The work of Serhii Vasylkivsky "Carp Farm. Cossack Mountain. Zmiiv" was handed over to the Cabinet of Ministers in 2000. Works by Volodymyr Orlovsky "Haymaking. A Sketch" and "Village"- in 2004. The paintings have been temporary stored in the Government House.
Earlier, the Cabinet of Ministers had already handed over paintings to the museum, which were successfully exhibited at art exhibitions.
These works became the last of the paintings having handed over to the Government and now returned to the National Art Museum.