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Corneliu Baba 1952
Atelierul de grafică Collection
Corneliu Baba (November 18, 1906, Craiova - December 28, 1997). Having first studied under his father, Baba studied briefly at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Bucharest, but did not receive a degree. His first public exhibition was in 1934 in the spa town of Băile Herculane; this led to his studying later that year under Nicolae Tonitza in Iaşi, finally receiving a diploma in Fine Arts from the faculty at Iaşi in 1938, where he was named assistant to the Chair of Painting in 1939 and a Professor of Painting in 1946. In 1958 Baba was appointed Professor of Painting at the Nicolae Grigorescu Institute of Fine Arts in Bucharest, where Niculiţă Secrieriu and Ștefan Câlția were among his pupils. The same year he received the title of Emeritus Master of Art. In 1962, the Romanian government gave him the title of People's Artist; in 1963 he was appointed a corresponding member of the Romanian Academy, and in 1964 was similarly honored by the East Berlin Academy of Fine Art. Honors and exhibitions continued to accumulate, ranging from a 1970 solo exhibition in New York City to the receipt of a Red Star decoration in 1971.

 

 

Title
Caragiale - Teatru (Caragiale - Theater)
Author
Corneliu Baba
Signature
signed, down right
Category
book illustrations
Period
1952
Description
Editura de stat pentru literatură și artă, 1952, 392 pages + 10 drawings, Ft. 230x310mm, Printing paper of 120g, ft. 70x10084, Printing sheets 49, Block arrangement 8.XII.1951, Good for print 20.III.1952, Copies 6000, Nr. A 7766/1951, For small libraries the classification index is (8 R), First Edition, Bucharest
Collector
Atelierul de grafică
Publishing House
Editura de stat pentru literatură și artă
Printing House
Întreprinderea poligrafică Nr 2, Filiala 3, Bucharest
language
romanian
 
 



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