Imre Reves (real name Cebri) – a disciple and a faithful follower Mihály Munkácsy, one of the most famous and talented artists’ schools of critical realism in Hungarian painting of the late XIX – the beginning of the XX century.
Paintings by this talented artist depicting the bright moments of the revolution of 1848-1849 are classics of Hungarian painting. They adorn the most famous art galleries around the world. For example, his painting “Petefi among the people ” is located in London Museum of art. Imre Reves has close ties with our region.
He was born in 1859 in the town of Shatorovyovuygeli (new town above the tent) on the territory of Hungarians in the Committee of Zemplin, but spent his childhood years in the city of sevlyush, later – Vinogradov. He was inspired beauty of nature and bright images of the people of our region. He liked to draw Transcarpathian peasants and roma. His relatives lived in Transcarpathia. In addition, Imre Reves spent the last years of his life and died in 1945 in Sevliushi.
Among Reves ‘ students at the Budapest art Academy, where he taught, were famous Transcarpathian masters of painting –Joseph Bokshayand Adalbert erdely.
The Union of artists named after Imre Reves was established in the Transcarpathian region.
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