Eugen Craciun – Portable




Between 1947-1950, he was a student of the Academy of Fine Arts, Iaşi, Painting Section, Class of Professor Corneliu Baba, then, between 1950-1953 – student of the Institute of Fine Arts “Nicolae Grigorescu” Bucharest, Painting department. Teachers: Alexandru Ciucurencu and Octav Angheluţă.

Since 1954, he has been a member of the Union of Visual Artists in Romania. Between 1960-1970, he collaborated with newspapers and magazines with drawings and reproductions and illustrated books: 1961 – Ioan Slavici, “Mara”; 1966 – Oscar Paulini, “Mein hund Hasso”; 1968 – Dumitru Popovici, “Eminescu’s Poetry” – 2 vols .; 1970 – The popular ballad “Badiul”.

In 2001 – Eugen Crăciun dies in Bucharest, on April 18. The painter had numerous personal exhibitions. It was written about the artist’s activity in the albums: “Fine Arts in Romania after August 23, 1944″; “Fine Arts in the R.P.R.” December 30, 1947 – December 30, 1957, “Romanian Painting in 1111 Reproductions”, 1970; “Romanian Painting”, 1970; “Romanian painting in images”, 1976; “Dictionary of contemporary Romanian artists”, 1976; “Modern and Contemporary Romanian Art”, 1982; “Encyclopedia of contemporary Romanian artists”, vol. I, 1996, “Notable people from Neamţ county”, 2003 etc.

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