Selected Bibliography

Writings by Ivan Keywan

All writings by Ivan Keywan are in Ukrainian (with English translations where indicated).


Numerous articles in Ukrainian newspapers and journals published in Canada, the US and western Europe, 1950-1990.


Volodymyr Sichynsky, Toronto, 1957.


"Ukrainian Art of the Middle Ages," Homin Ukrainy, January-August 1959.


"Journey Back to Youth," Near the Prut River in the Meadow: Memoirs of Kolomea, ed. by Zynoviy Knysh, Toronto: Sribna surma, 1962, pp. 175-211.


"Volodymyr Balias," Samostiyna Ukraina, May 1962.


"Ivan Yizhakevych," Novyi Shliakh, August 1962.


"Alexander Archipenko," Samostiyna Ukraina, October-November 1962.


"Oleksa Hryshchenko," Samostiyna Ukraina, March 1963.


Taras Shevchenko, the Artist, Winnipeg: Ukrainian Canadian Committee, 1964, 84 pages of text with 76 colour and black-and-white plates, Ukrainian with English summary.


"Dmytro Antonovych,"  Chicago, 1966.


"Yulian Krajkiwsky," Novyi Shliakh, August 1967.


"Vasyl Krychevshy – Creator of the Ukrainian National Style," Rome: Bohoslovia, 1968.


 "Modest Sosenko – Ukrainian Fra Angelico," Nasha Meta, April 20-27, 1968.


"O. Sakhanovska – Master of the Woodcut," Nashe Zhyttia, May 1968.


"Mykhailo Dmytrenko," Terem, No. 3, November 1968; Pivnichne siayvo – Almanakh IV, 1969.


"Artists of the Sniatyn Region," Detroit: Sniatyn, No. 5, 1971, pp. 4-12.


"Fedir Krychevsky," Novi Dni, April 1974.


"At the Service of Melpomene," Detroit: Sniatyn, No. 12, 1975, pp. 26-29.


"Olexander Murashko," Novi Dni, November 1975.


"Yuriy Narbut," Novi Dni, June 1977.


"Introduction," Cymbal Caricatures, ed. by Bohdan Pevny, So. Bound Brook, NJ: St. Sophia Publishers, 1981.


Ukrainian Fine Arts, Book Three of Essays from the History of Ukrainian Culture, Edmonton, Natalia Kobrynska Foundation, Ukrainian Women's Association of Canada, 1984, 106 pages plus English translation.


"Introductory Essay," Stepan Steciw, Monograph: His Life and Art, ed. by Bohdan Stebelsky, Toronto: Ukrainian Association of Creative Artists of Canada, Ukrainica Research Institute, 1984.


"Artists of the Kolomea Region," in Kolomyia and Its Region: Almanac of Memoirs and Articles about Its Recent Past, ed. by Bohdan Romanenchuk, Shevchenko Scientific Society, Ukrainian Archives Vol. 46, Phildadelphia: Committee of the Kolomyians, 1988, pp. 231-268.


Introductory essay, Parasia Iwanec, Ukrainian Churches of Alberta, 1991.


Ukrainian Artists outside Ukraine, Edmonton-Montreal: Clio Editions, 1996, 226 pages.


History of Ukrainian Art (unpublished).


Writings about  Ivan Keywan

Volodymyr Sichynsky, "Ivan Keywan: 25 Years of Creative Work," Novyi Shliakh, May 19, 1958.


"Ivan Keywan," in Kolomyia and Its Region: Almanac of Memoirs and Articles about Its Recent Past, ed. by Bohdan Romanenchuk, Shevchenko Scientific Society, Ukrainian Archives Vol. 46, Phildadelphia: Committee of the Kolomyians, 1988, pp. 269-272.


Ivan Romaniuk, "Ivan Keywan: Professor of Art," AHRO, No. 16 (139), April 21, 1990.


Maria A. Keywan, "September – Month of Joy and Sorrow," Zhinochyi Svit, September 1993, No. 9, pp. 29-30.


Mykola Vasylchuk, "Ivan Keywan: a Long Way Home," Visnyk Kolomeyi, No. 50 (444), September 24, 1994.


Stepan Melnychenko, "First Tillers of the Alberta Artistic Prairie," Collected Papers on Ukrainian Life in Western Canada, Part Five, ed. by Mykola Iv. Soroka, Edmonton - Ostroh: Shevchenko Scientific Society in Canada, 2008, pp. 397-414.