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Acad. Prof. Dr. Honoris Causa Ion Irimescu (1903 – 2005) was one of Romania's greatest sculptors and sketchers as well as a Member of the Romanian Academy. In 2001 he was awarded the Prize of Excellence for Romanian Culture. He is often referred to as the "patriarch of Romanian art and sculpture"

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  • What beautiful sculptors,I have no doubt that everyone in Romania is proud of Ion Irimescu ,thank you Michaela.
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  • SELECTED EXHIBITIONS: <br /> 1931 – Group exhibition, Paris, France <br /> 1942 – Participates at the Venice Biennale, Italy <br /> 1943 – Group exhibition, Romanian Contemporary Art, Helsinki, Finland <br /> 1947 – Group exhibition, Romanian Contemporary Art, Budapest, Hungary <br /> 1954 – Participates at the Venice Biennale, Italy <br /> 1961 – Group exhibition, International Contemporary Sculpture, Rodin Museum, Paris, France <br /> 1971 – Solo exhibition, “Orga II”, Rodin Museum, Paris, France <br /> 1976 – Solo exhibition, Moscow, Russia <br /> 1978 – Group exhibition, Romanian Contemporary Art, Damask, Syria <br /> SELECTED AWARDS: <br /> 1932 – Honorary Mention of the French Artists Society <br /> 1937 – “Dimitrie Paciurea” Grant <br />
  • Muzeul de Artă &quot;Ion Irimescu&quot; (Ion Irimescu Art Museum) houses the largest collection of works of art by a single artist, Ion Irimescu, one of Romania&apos;s greatest sculptors and sketchers, as well as a member of the Romanian Academy. The museum building is a historic monument, dating from the middle of the 19th century and had various destinations until 1974, when it was given to the art museum. <br />
  • Bustul lui Dimitrie Cantemir a fost dezvelit in anul 1973, cu prilejul aniversarii a trei secole de la nasterea marelui carturar. Bustul a fost realizat in bronz de catre sculptorul Ion Irimescu (1903-2005) , care a fost elevul lui Dimitrie Paciurea la Academia de Arte Frumoase din Bucuresti intre 1924 si 1928. Bustul i-l reprezinta pe Dimitrie Cantemir tinand in mana dreapta o carte pe a carei coperta este scris: &quot;Descriptio Moldaviae&quot;.Bustul este situat la intersectia B-dului Cantemir cu B-dul Marasesti. <br />
  • Craiova, oraşul care aspiră la titlatura de „Capitală Culturală Europeană“ în 2021, îşi abandonează monumentele de for public la voia întâmplării. Ultima victimă este statuia lui Eugeniu Carada, ridicată de pe soclul din zona Casei de Cultură a Studenţilor şi depozitată în iarbă, în Parcul „Nicolae Romanescu“. Tot aici au fost uitate „Alegorie“ - opera sculptorului Boris Caragea şi monumentul „1907“ - de Ion Irimescu <br />
  • Amplasat in fata Parcului Romanescu, pe locul numit in trecut &quot;Fantana lui Bogdan&quot; sau &quot;Fantana cu teapa&quot;, localitatea Craiova. Este cel mai inalt monument al orasului. Aduce un omagiu taranilor care si-au dat viata pentru a-si obtine drepturile ce li se cuveneau. Executat dupa un proiect al sculptorului Ion Irimescu, a fost dezvelit in 1963. Consta dintr-o coloana comemorativa si dintr-un grup de tarani surprinsi in atitudini dramatice, menite sa aminteasca tragicele evenimente ale acelui an. <br /> Demolat <br />

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  • 1. Ion Irimescu (1903-2005)http://www.authorstream.com/Presentation/sandamichaela-2175709-irimescu4/
  • 2. "Ion Irimescu " Art Museum Fãlticeni
  • 3. Ion Irimescu (1903 – 2005) was one of Romania's greatest sculptors. He is the successor of a golden generation of Romanian sculpture from Dimitrie Paciurea, Oscar Han, Ion Jalea, Gheorghe Anghel to the unique Constantin Brâncu i. "Ionș Irimescu " Art Museum was founded in 1974 and it houses the donation made by sculptor to Fãlticeni town.
  • 4. The collection contains the artist’s work and it consists of over 300 sculptures and about 1,000 drawings. The sculptures are exhibited inside the museum and represent portraits, compositions, monument cut-outs, made in ronde-​​ bosse or the relief technique. Many of his works are present in the great museums of the country such as National Art Museum of Romania, Moldova Ia iş National Museum Complex, Art Museum in Constan a,ț Visual Art Museum in Gala i, Art Museum in Cluj,ț but also in foreign museums, in private collections in the country and abroad.
  • 5. The memorial space "Ion Irimescu" is open to the public as well; it is arranged in the apartment where the artist Ion Irimescu lived which is located in a building inside the museum .
  • 6. Although Irimescu produced many sculptures in stone, conceived for and erected in public spaces, he concentrated more on modeling and on small-scale sculptures.
  • 7. Atelier
  • 8. Fãlticeni Mihai Eminescu (1850-1889) the greatest Romanian poet
  • 9. Statue of Mihai Eminescu (1850- 1889) at Fãlticeni, near the memorial house of the great romanian modern sculptor Ion Irimescu Annunciation
  • 10. Muzica
  • 11. Statue of Mihai Eminescu Vatra Dornei
  • 12. Statue of the poet Mihai Eminescu (1850-1889) Bistriţa
  • 13. The statue of Mihail Sadoveanu (novelist, journalist and political figure 1880 – 1961) from Fãlticeni, was cast in bronze by melting the statue of Stalin. demolished from Bucharest in 1962
  • 14. The statue of Mihail Sadoveanu (1880 – 1961) Sadoveanu memorial house Voievodul Mircea Târgovi teș 1968
  • 15. The statue of Nicolae Iorga (1871 – 1940) in front of "Nicolae Iorga" History Institute (Aviatorilor Avenue) Bucharest was made in 1976
  • 16. Nicolae Iorga (1871 – 1940) was a Romanian historian, literary critic, playwright, poet, encyclopedia writer, minister, Member of Parliament, prime minister, professor and academician.
  • 17. The monument to the miners who died at Lupeni ,1969
  • 18. ãrãnci cuŢ cobiliţa Academia Românã
  • 19. George Enescu (1881- 1955) was a Romanian composer, violinist, pianist, conductor and teacher. George Enescu memorial house
  • 20. The statue of Vasile Pârvan (great archaeologist and historians 1882-1927) placed at the entrance gate of Archaeological Park of Constanta 1957
  • 21. Râmnicu Vâlcea 625 de ani 625 years since the first documentary mention Mircea cel Bãtrân (1355 - 1418) 1967
  • 22. Obelisc „Slatina 600” 1968
  • 23. Bucharest Parcul Ioanid Bust by Ion Irimescu Soclu Mircea Spãtaru Ion Voicu (1923 - 1997) one of the most important Romanian violinists, student of Enesco and Oistrakh
  • 24. Monumental bust of the Great Romanian Diplomat Nicolae Titulescu (1882 - 1941), former president of the League of Nations, located in Bucharest
  • 25. Dimitrie Cantemir (Voivode of Moldavia, 1673- 1723)
  • 26. Dimitrie Cantemir Bucharest 1973
  • 27. Craiova Nud de fatã
  • 28. Craiova Craiova Victorie Craiova 1907
  • 29. Craiova Victorie Craiova 1907
  • 30. Monumental Bust of the Great Romanian sculptor Constantin Brâncuşi (1876–1957) Târgu Jiu
  • 31. Monumental Bust of the Great Romanian sculptor Constantin Brâncuşi (1876– 1957) Târgu Jiu
  • 32. Monument of the Great Romanian sculptor Constantin Brâncuşi (1876– 1957) Bucharest Parcul Herastrau
  • 33. Text & Pictures: Internet Copyright: All the images belong to their authors Presentation: Sanda Foi oreanuş www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda George Enescu - Caprice Roumain for Violin and Orchestra IGeorge Enescu - Caprice Roumain for Violin and Orchestra I