Hungarian artist Shimon holloshi (1857-1918) was born in sighet Marmoroshskiye (now Romania) he studied painting in Budapest with Bertalan Szekely, then traveled a lot-taught in different cities and countries.
Shimon holloshi was the founder and Chairman of the so-called “Nagybanya school artists.” A painter and teacher he played a significant role in history Hungarian art. He managed to rally talented young people from Hungarians and neighboring countries. Shimon holloshi together with his students drew plein-air landscapes and genre compositions, trying to reflect everyday life. Most often, he depicted scenes of village life. This is clearly reflected in the paintings “in the tavern”, ” good wine“, “Jolly company”. He was a prominent representative of critical realism and naturalism in the visual arts.
In 1915 Shimon holloshi moved to a small Transcarpathian town Tiachiv’s, where he immediately built his workshop and launched an active activity.
One of the unfinished paintings by Shimon holloshi is ” March Rakoczy“, in which he wanted to reflect the spirit of the Hungarian people who rose up against the oppressors.
The artist died in 1918 in tyachevo.
On the facade of a building in Tiachiv, a memorial plaque was erected where Szymon hollosy lived, and on may 1, 1992, a bronze bust made by a Hungarian artist was installed in the very center of the city. sculptor Amice By Toth.
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