The building of the Chernivtsi Art Museum is a unique architectural monument of national significance. It was built in the tradition of the Viennese Art Nouveau style for the Bukovyna Savings Bank (1900). Both the exterior design and interiors of the building, in general, have not undergone significant changes over time and since 1991, the Chernivtsi Art Museum has been housed in its current building. The museum contains many masterpieces of Western European, Bukovyna, and Ukrainian art including the many stained glass windows and ornamental staircases.
A reproduction of a painting based on the image of a Cossack-bandurist, appears in the Museum Bulletin (Muzeǐnyǐ visnyk) no. 18 published in 2018. The Cossack-bandurist became the personification of the chivalrous Ukrainian Cossack spirit. Oil painting on canvas, 54 x 65 cm.
A promo for the opening of "The Street I Live On" - an exhibition held by the Dnipropetrovsk Art Museum in July 2021, consisting of photography by teenagers from Donetsk and Luhansk regions. Their work presented the people of their street via photo series.