"Spalva ir linija išreikšti pojūčiai" : dailininkės Reginos Matuzonytės-Ingelevičienės kūrybos paroda

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"Spalva ir linija išreikšti pojūčiai": dailininkės Reginos Matuzonytės-Ingelevičienės kūrybos paroda
Alternative Title:
"Senses expressed in colour and line": the exhibition of artist Regina Matuzonytė-Ingelevičienė
In the Journal:
Lietuvos dailės muziejaus metraštis [LDM metraštis]. 2015, t. 17, p. 220-229
Regina Matuzonytė Ingelevičienė; Jungtinės Amerikos Valstijos (United States of America; JAV; USA); Kaunas. Kauno kraštas (Kaunas region); Lietuva (Lithuania); Migracija / Migration; Kultūros paveldas / Cultural heritage; Migracija / Migration; Parodos / Exhibitions; Tapyba / Painting; Tremtis. Tremtiniai / Deportees. Exile.
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LTReikšminiai žodžiai: Dailininkė; Emigracija; Išeivija; Kauno meno mokykla; 20 amžius; Niujorkas; Parodos; Regina Matuzonytė Ingelevičienė; Tapyba; Tapytojai; Artist; Emigration; Exhibitions; Exile; Kaunas Art school; Lithuania; Lithuanian XX c. history; New York; Painters; Painting; Paintings; Regina Matuzonytė Ingelevičienė.

ENAt the beginning of 2013 artistic heritage of Regina Matuzonytė- Ingelevičienė – 222 paintings – reached Lithuania from New York. From 16th of May until 1st of September 2013 Lithuanian Art Museum (LAM) held the exhibition “Senses Expressed in Colour and Line” at the Museum of the Radvilas Palace. Here paintings mentioned above were displayed together with the artist’s works from Museum’s collections. This exhibition is an excellent opportunity to get a deeper understanding of the creation of the artist whose name is not often mentioned by art critics. All creative periods of Regina Matuzonytė-Ingelevičienė life were reflected in exhibition. Early paintings created in Lithuania in 1930s were displayed, as well as the artworks painted in exile during later creative periods. Portrait, landscape, and figurative composition were the main genres constantly developed by the artist. In the early artist’s works traditions of realistic art, aim to depict scene as precisely as possible, developed during the studies in Kaunas Art School, are especially strong. Portraits from this period are mostly valued by the art critics. However, only few of the early artworks of Regina Matuzonytė- Ingelevičienė survived. Majority of artist’s creative heritage consists of compositions created from the mid-1950s until the end of 1970s while she was living in emigration in the United States.Works from this period also formed the major part of the exhibition held at the Museum of the Radvilas Palace. While in emigration, affected by local art trends, artist moved away from the principles of artistic painting acquired at Kaunas Art School. Significant changes in composition of paintings, its structure, approach and depiction of human figure, took place. Landscape paintings from 1950s reflect on close connection between human and nature, blooming with colour. However, later artist moves away from the precise replication of reality, starts to emphasize lines and colour more and more. Finally, she comes near abstraction, non-objective expression. Constantly searching for powerful artistic expressions, during the fifty years of her creative activity artist Regina Matuzonytė- Ingelevičienė found individual style of painting. It can be characterized by expressive painting style, courage of strokes, and colour harmony. After finding this style corresponding to her artistic nature, Regina Matuzonytė-Ingelevičienė remained faithful and stayed close to it for all of her life. [From the publication]

2018-12-17 14:05:38
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