Andre Revesz, Hungarian/Israeli (1912 - 1999)

Andre Revesz

Andre Revesz, sculptor, born 1912, Transylvania.

Academy of Fine Arts, Budapest, Hungary
École des Beaux-Arts, Paris
Scandinavian academy
Académie Julian, Paris

Awards and Prizes
1967 Nordau Prize for Art, The Nordau prize, founded by the World Organization of Hungarian Jews and by the Israeli Organization of Hungarian Immigrants.
1999 Yakir Hair Holon

School Szászrégen the German Jews of Timisoara and Tirgu Mures Romanian commercial lyceum performed; Budapest Kisfaludy Strobl Zsigmond sculptor, and the Paris Ecole Nationale des Beaux-Arts in Paul Landowski student. First exhibitions (1934), directed by Paris. After the German occupation of France returned to Budapest. 1943 was called up for forced labor, but from March 1944 he escaped and ran back to Budapest, where the temple sculptures. His family (his first wife and son, his parents and his brother) became victims of Auschwitz; In 1945, he returned home and worked as a sculptor in Targu Mures. In 1947, an independent exhibition Dalles Hall in Bucharest, and later made several outdoor sculptures, which are in Bucharest, leather chairs were set up on Twitter Călimăneşti.

In 1949, he worked at the establishment (now Ariel Children and Youth Theatre) Tirgu Mures Puppet Theatre, of which he became the first puppet and stage designer. The Hungarian Autonomous Region Artist Association vice president until 1958; when he was deposed, who settled in Israel, and in 1959 under the name of Andre Revesz Jaffa opened a studio in the arts district. In 1960, she won the tender for the blood of the Warsaw Ghetto uprising memorial, and has received numerous international orders after this success. Outdoor internationally renowned works of American, British, Swiss, France, Italy, Norway exhibitions included. In 1983, the world took part in the Basel exhibition. He received the Nordau Prize (1968) and roboz Prize (1988).

The oeuvre presents an album released in Florence (1974).


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