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Oil painting Tulips and lilacs Adalbert Mikhailovich Erdeli

Oil painting Tulips and lilacs Adalbert Mikhailovich Erdeli


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№Vern 439

* TITLE: "Tulips and lilacs"
* ARTISTS: Adalbert Mikhailovich Erdeli
* SIZE: 50x70 cm/'19.68x27.55 inches'
* MEDIUM: oil, canvas
* HAND PAINTED: Original painting from our collection

* CONDITION: we tried to convey the maximum information with the help of photos about this product

About the artist: Born in the family of a rural teacher Mikhail Grytsya. Erdeli's surname was forced to take in 1901 as a subject of Hungary. Having discovered talent in his son, his father did everything so that he received a worthy education. In the years 1911-1915. He studied at the Hungarian Royal Art Institute in Budapest with Imre Reves and Karoy Ferenczi (1862-1917).

Since 1916 he lived and worked in Mukachevo, in 1922-1926. perfected mastery in Munich. In 1924, Erdelli, as an artist, was present at the trial of the leaders of the beer coup - the first Nazis, making sketches for the newspaper from the courtroom.

In 1926 he moved to Uzhgorod.

In 1927, together with Josip Bokshay, he founded the Uzhgorod Art School, and in 1931, the Society of Fine Arts in Subcarpathian Russia.

In 1929-1931 He lived and worked in Prague, Rome, Paris, where he met with representatives of Impressionism and Fauvism, participated in exhibitions with outstanding masters A. Derain, P. Bonnard, Dufy, A. Matisse.

Later, Adalbert Erdeli worked as a teacher of drawing at the Mukachevo gymnasium, a teacher’s seminary in Uzhgorod, in 1945-1955. - in the Uzhgorod College of Applied Arts. He generously shared his creative experience gained during his activities in Hungary, Germany and France. Simultaneously with creative activity, he brought up a whole generation of Transcarpathian artists, among whom were Andrei Kotska (1911–1987), Adalbert Boretsky (1911–1990), Ernest Kontratovich (1912–2009), Zoltan Sholtes (1909–1990), Ivan Shutev, Vasily Burch , Vasily Gabda, Elizabeth Kremnitskaya, Ferenc Seman, Pavel Balla, Vladimir Mikita and many others. Educator Erdeli selected the most talented students to the Public School of Drawing, and later to the Society of Fine Art Figures in Subcarpathian Russia.

From 1931 to 1949, A. Erdeli headed the associations of Transcarpathian artists during the Czechoslovak Republic, the Khortian Hungary and the USSR, was the first director of the first art school in Transcarpathia and the first chairman of the Transcarpathian regional organization of the National Union of Artists of Ukraine in 1946.
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