Domanovszky, Endre Budapest, 1907 - 1974, Budapest
Began his studies at the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts in 1926, and then took an Italian study tour. In the thirties he designed tapestries, which were executed by his wife. From 1930 to 1933 he led the artist colony of Pécs, which was attached to the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts; he also taught carpet weaving, figure drawing and anatomy at the School of Applied Arts in 1931. He became the director of the carpet weaving studio of the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts in 1948, playing an important role in the foundation of the tapestry department. He was active in the fine arts department from 1949 onwards, and became the chief director of the institution in 1956. He was received monumental commissions during the fifties. There is a memorial museum in Dunaújváros based upon his legacy.
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