Ion Jalea (Romanian, 1887-1983)4

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Published on January 17, 2018

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Slide1: 4 Slide2: Ion Jalea (1887-1983) renowned Romanian sculptor, recipient of National Prize for Sculpture (1941) and State Prize (1957). In 1957 he became People's Artist. Member of the Romanian Academy Tulcea Slide3: In 1908, after finishing the Arts and Craftsmanship School (Școala de Arte și Meserii), he entered the Belles-Arts Academy in Bucharest, where he studied with Professors sculptors Franz Storck and Dimitrie Paciurea. For accomplishing his studies, he went to Paris, at the Julian Academy, to become Bourdelle's apprentice. During World War One, Ion Jalea was part of the Romanian Army and fought in a series of battles. He was severely wounded and lost his left arm that had to be amputated next to the shoulder. After recuperating, despite being an amputee, he continued to dedicate his life to sculpture, as he did before. He became a well-known sculptor by working with his right arm only, and his greatest achievements were after he lost his arm Slide4: He created highly evoking statues of personalities (Spiru Haret and George Enescu in Bucharest), rulers' statues of a romantic look (Decebal at Deva; Mircea the Old at Tulcea); the Monument of Railways Heroes, co-worked with sculptor Cornel Medrea; or allegorical representations (Hercules Fighting the Centaur in Herăstrău Park in Bucharest; Pegas, etc) Slide5: Ion Jalea (1887-1983) Hercule doborând centaurul 1925 (Hercules Fighting the Centaur)  Herăstrău Park in Bucharest Decebal  Deva, Piața Victoriei Slide6: Ion Jalea (1887-1983) Decebal  Slide7: Ion Jalea (1887-1983) Decebal  Slide8: Ion Jalea (1887-1983) Decebal  Decebalus (r. 87–106 AD) was the last king of Dacia Slide9: Ion Jalea (1887-1983) Decebal  1978 Slide10: Ion Jalea (1887-1983) George Enescu, 1971 Piața Operei Naționale București Slide11: Ion Jalea (1887-1983) George Enescu, 1971 Slide12: Ion Jalea (1887-1983) George Enescu ( 1881–1955 ) Slide13: Ion Jalea (1887-1983) Mircea cel Bătrân ( Mircea the Ol d) 1972 Tulcea Slide14: Ion Jalea (1887-1983) Mircea cel Bătrân 1972 Slide15: Ion Jalea (1887-1983) Mircea cel Bătrân 1972 Slide16: Ion Jalea (1887-1983) Mircea cel Bătrân 1972 Slide17: Ion Jalea (1887-1983) Mircea cel Bătrân 1972 Slide18: Ion Jalea (1887-1983) Mircea cel Bătrân Slide19: Ion Jalea (1887-1983) The Monument of Railways Heroes, co-worked with sculptor Cornel Medrea ( 1888 – 1964 ) Monumentul eroilor ceferiști, 1923 ( împreună cu Cornel Medrea )   Gara de Nord București Slide20: Ion Jalea (1887-1983) The Monument of Railways Heroes Slide21: Ion Jalea (1887-1983) The Monument of Railways Heroes Slide22: Ion Jalea (1887-1983) The Monument of Railways Heroes Slide23: Ion Jalea (1887-1983) The Monument of Railways Heroes, co-worked with sculptor Cornel Medrea ( 1888 – 1964 ) Monumentul eroilor ceferiști, 1923 ( împreună cu Cornel Medrea )   Gara de Nord București Slide24: Ion Jalea (1887-1983) The French heroes monument Bucharest Cișmigiu Park Slide25: Ion Jalea (1887-1983) The statue was unveiled in October 1922 in the presence of French Marshal Ferdinand Foch Slide26: Ion Jalea (1887-1983) The French heroes monument Slide27: Ion Jalea (1887-1983) The French heroes monument Slide28: Ion Jalea (1887-1983) The French heroes monument Slide29: Ion Jalea (1887-1983) The French heroes monument Slide30: Ion Jalea (1887-1983) This Carrara marble sculpture by Ion Jalea, depicting a dying French soldier being comforted by a loving embrace, is Romania’s tribute to the French soldiers killed on Romanian territory during the Great War Slide31: Ion Jalea (1887-1983) The sculptor Ion Jalea, a war veteran himself, sculpt a monument dedicated to those Rumanians prisoners of war sent to Alsace-Lorraine by the Germans in 1917 and 1918. 940 of these died in captivity and are buried at Dieuze. The inscription reads : « A la fière douceur de leur victoire unie, dormez au sol de France enfants de Roumanie » Slide32: Ion Jalea (1887-1983) « Soldats roumains, loin de votre patrie pour laquelle vous vous êtes sacrifiés, reposez en paix, auréolés de gloire, dans cette terre qui ne vous est pas étrangère » Slide33: Ion Jalea (1887-1983) Dragoș Vodă și Zimbrul 1978 ( Dragos Voda and the aurochs) Câmpulung Moldovenesc Slide34: Ion Jalea (1887-1983) Drago ș Vod ă ș i Zimbrul 1978 C â mpulung Moldovenesc Slide35: Ion Jalea (1887-1983) Dragoș, also known as Dragoș Vodă, or Dragoș the Founder was the first Voivode of Moldavia, who reigned in the middle of the 14th century Slide36: Ion Jalea (1887-1983) Dragoș Vodă și Zimbrul 1978 Slide37: Ion Jalea (1887-1983) The earliest Moldavian chronicles say that Dragoș  came from Maramureş while chasing an aurochs or bison across the Carpathian Mountains Slide38: Ion Jalea (1887-1983) Dragoș Vodă și Zimbrul 1978 Slide39: Dragoș Vodă și Zimbrul ( Dragos Voda and the aurochs) 1978 Câmpulung Moldovenesc Slide40: Ion Jalea (1887-1983) Dragoș Vodă și Zimbrul 1978 Câmpulung Moldovenesc Slide41: Text & Pictures: Internet All  copyrights  belong to their  respective owners Presentation: Sanda Foi ş oreanu https://plus.google.com/+SandaMichaela Gheorghe Zamfir - Doina de la Vi ș ina ; Sus pe culmea dealului 2018

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