Jeges, Ernő Torontálvásárhely, 1898 - 1956, Budapest
Attended the Hungarian Academy of Applied Arts in 1917 and 1918, and became a student of the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts for the yeas 1918 to 1922, working on smaller jobs of graphic art in the meanwhile. He gained renown as a designer of posters during the Hungarian Soviet Republic of 1919. He went to Paris in 1922, enrolled at the Julian Academy and worked in Barbison. He painted in Szentendre from 1926, and took part in establishing the Szentendre Society of Painters in 1928. He worked in Rome as a grantee for three years beginning 1931. He completed a number of monumental works as a painter, for commissions from the church from the thirties onwards while also working successfully in the field of applied graphics. Took a study trip to Sweden in 1939.
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