• Subiect: Blaj, an important cultural, political and ecclesiastical centre, situated in Transylvania, made a praiseworthy contribution to the development of engraving, painting and sculpture. The plastic art of Blaj has specific features being European in point of spirit and of form and deeply national as regards the message it sends. It has always been in the service of God and of the Romanian people. In this respect Flaviu C. Domşa’s historical portraits (Timotei Cipariu, for example) or those of Iuliu Moga (Bishop Inochentie Micu) are significant. Anton Zeiler’s paintings were also well known in that time: On our Sufferings (1909), which shows the crush of Avram Iancu’s Cross from Blaj and Augustin Bunea’s Funerals (1909/10) in which the dominant figure is an imposing man, holding a big flag in his hand, who symbolizes the Romanian people’s firmness and vigour. In the second half of the 20th century Iuliu Moga achieved two paintings which represent the Great National Assembly on the Field of Liberty from Blaj from May, 3/15 1848. These paintings of big size, which are unique in the Romanian art, clearly reflect the firm unity between the leaders of Revolution and the people. The masses are waiting for a decision to be taken, which could ensure them a better standard of living, more dignified and more humane.
  • Limba de redactare: română, engleză
  • Secţiunea: Studii, articole, comunicări
  • Vezi publicația: Sargetia-Acta Musei Devensis
  • Editura: Altip
  • Loc publicare: Deva
  • Anul publicaţiei: 2012
  • Referinţă bibliografică pentru nr. revistă: III; anul 2012; subtitlu: Acta Musei Devensis; seria nouă
  • Paginaţia: 451-460
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