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Eugen Taru (1913–1991)
Atelierul de grafică Collection
Eugen Taru was born 22nd of April 1913 in Craiova. A graduate of the Carol I High School in Craiova, he first became noted as an artist in the years after World War II, when he affiliated with the communists and socialist realists who received official endorsement from the Romanian Communist Party. Art critic Pavel Şuşară cited his name among young artists who needed affirmation and found it through political compromise, the "hardcore" group "who illustrated, through their attitudes, their iconography and implicit philosophy, the benchmarks, the aspirations and the utopias of a system that had an imperative need for artists to promote its doctrine and provide it with symbolic credentials.
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