Daniel Ozmo

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Daniel Ozmo (born 1912 in Olovo, died 1942 in Jasenovac concentration camp) was a Bosnian Jewish painter and printmaker. He studied in Belgrade, where he became a member of the communist progressive youth movement. His paintings, other than Sephardi Jewish life, portrayed social relations in rural and working class Bosnia. His works were exhibited 1932-40 in Sarajevo, where he was one of the founding group of young painters, and in Belgrade in 1937.[1][2][3][4]

Surviving works[edit]

  • Self Portrait, linocut
  • Night Life
  • Map from the Bosnian forests, 1939.
  • Return
  • Prisoner - concentration camp at Jasenovac, pencil drawing
  • The view from Jasenovac watercolor

References[edit]

  1. ^ Toman Brajović - Sutjeska u delima likovnih umė̜tnika Jugoslavije 1969 "Petar Dobrović, Pecuh 1890 — Belgrade 1942. Ivo Lozica, Lumbarda 1910 — shot at Lumbarda 1943. Daniel Ozmo, Olovo 1912 — killed in Jasenovac 1942. Roman Petrovic, Donji Vakuf 1896 — Sarajevo 1947. "
  2. ^ Žarko Domljan - 1987 A. Hl. OZMO, Danijel, slikar i grafičar (Olovo, 14. III 1912 - Jasenovac, 5. IX 1942). Pohađao slikarsku školu Lj. Ivanovića u Beogradu, gdje je pristupio naprednom omladinskom pokretu. Bio je jedan od osnivača grupe slikara Mladi ...
  3. ^ Nada Bogdanov Enciklopedija Leksikografskog zavoda Volume 4 OZMO, Daniel (Olovo, 1912 — Jasenovac, 1942), slikar i grafičar. Studirao u Beogradu, pripadao pokretu napredne marksističke omladine. Obrađivao socijalne teme, jednostavne u lik. izrazu i jasne po ideji. Izlagao 1932 — 40 u Sarajevu, gdje je jedan od osnivača grupe slikara Mladi, te u Beogradu 1937 .. ...
  4. ^ Azra Begić UMJETNICI JEVREJI XX STOLJEĆA U BOSNI I HERCEGOVINI (ARTISTS – JEWS OF THE 20th CENTURY IN BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA) Sefarad 92 str. 313-321

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