Juozas Kalinauskas

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Sculptor, medallist Juozas Kalinauskas

Juozas Kalinauskas (born January 24, 1935) is a Lithuanian sculptor and medalist.

Biography[edit]

  • 1950 Graduated Vistycio middle school.
  • 1950-1955 Studied in Stepas Zukas art school in Kaunas.
  • 1955-1961 Studied in Lithuanian State Art Institute Vilnius, graduated with diploma of a sculptor.
  • Since 1962 Member of Lithuanian Artist’s Association.
  • 1962-1970 Art director of the magazine Vilnius fashion house „Banga”.
  • 1985 Granted an honorary name of merited artist.
  • 1996 Member of International federation of medals FIDEM.
  • 2006 Member of medalistic association AIAM in Rome.
  • Participating in exhibitions since 1960.

Art work[edit]

Sculpture[edit]

  • 1960 „Sokejele“ high relief, music theatre in Kaunas;
  • 1961 „Rest“ reljef, drill factory in Vilniaus;
  • 1964-1965 „After work” bas-relief, gesso 46x101cm, Museum of fine arts in Vilnius;
  • 1965 „In sauna” embossed copper, 50x100cm, Museum of fine arts in Moscow;
  • 1967 „Olympian light” triptych, bas-relief 1x4,5 meters embossed copper, Museum of fine arts in Vilnius;
  • 1969 „Egle” elm, height - 54 cm;
  • 1969-1970 „Greeting of cosmonaut” embossed copper, 190x170 cm;
  • 1972 “Family” bronze, 23 cm;
  • 1972 „Youth” marble, 100x140 cm;
  • 1972 „Near the sea” elm, height - 50 cm;
  • 1975 „Shield of the sun” embossed copper, Ø - 1 meter;
  • 1975 „Gymnast with ribbons” relief, embossed copper, diameter 100 cm;
  • 1976 „Women's figure” mahogany, height - 53 cm;
  • 1976 „Lying” mahogany, 31x65x23 cm;
  • 1976 „Venus” mahogany, height - 52 cm;
  • 1976 „A girl with a ball” mahogany, 26x56 cm, Tretyakov state gallery of fine arts, Moscow;
  • 1978 „Figure” mahogany, 54x28x22 cm;
  • 1981 „Muse” façade of the Gniecno music school in Moscow, authors: J.Kalinauskas, A.Zokaitis;
  • 1983 „Partisans” monument, co-author A.Zokaitis, architect G.Baravykas, bronze, 5 meters high;
  • 1984 „Linute” bust, bronze, height - 26 cm, Tretyakov state gallery of fine arts, Moscow;
  • 1984 „Linute” bust, elm, height - 26 cm;
  • 1990 „Germantas” bust, bronze, height - 45 cm;
  • 1990 „Aida”, “Egle, queen of grassnakes”, „Otelo” façade of the National Opera and Ballet theater in Vilnius, height - 3,2 m;
  • 1990 „President of Lithuania Antanas Smetona” bas-relief, bronze, height - 42 cm, on independence memorial stela, Vistytis;
  • 1996 „Sacrifice” bronze, 26x56 cm;
  • 1996 „Schullman” bust, bronze, base - marble, height - 64 cm, USA, New Jersey;
  • 2003 „Morning” bronze, 55x26x24 cm.
  • 2005 „Themis“ bronze, height - 60 cm, base - granite;
  • 2006 „Botanist“ bronze, height - 45 cm, base - marble;
  • 2010 „600 years to the battle of Žalgiris-Grünwald” co-author Lina Kalinauskaitė, bas-relief, copper, 255x363, 255x726 mm.

Medals[edit]

  • 1964 „Revolt in Lithuania in the year 1863” head, reverse, electrotype, Ø 16 cm;
  • 1965 „M.K. Čiurlionis” head, reverse, electrotype, Ø 22 cm;
  • 1973 „The legend of the foundation of Vilnius” copper, electrotype, Ø 16 cm;
  • 1974 „Ina” medallion, silver, 5x6 cm;
  • 1978 „Skaidre” medallion, electrotype, Ø 8 cm;
  • 1979 „Vilnius Model house” aluminium, Ø 12 cm;
  • 1980 „M.K. Čiurlionis” medallion, silvered copper, 4x5 cm;
  • 1982 „Goda” copper, electrotype, 12x15 cm;
  • 1987 „In memoriam of professor B. Pundzius” copper, electrotype, Ø 16 cm;
  • 1993 „Anniversary of Vilnius - 670 years” head, reverse, electrotype. Ø18 cm;
  • 1994 „Lithuanian President K. Grinius” copper, electrotype, Ø 19 cm;
  • 1994 „Lithuanian Premier A. Slezevicius” averse, electrotype, Ø 22 cm;
  • 1994 „Lithuanian Minister of transport J. Birziskis” averse, electrotype, Ø 19 cm;
  • 1994 „Member of Lithuanian Parlament A. Albertynas“ portraiture, copper, electrotype, Ø 19 cm;
  • 1996 „Dr. K. Bobelis” head, bronze, Ø 190 mm;
  • 1997 „Anniversary of Vilkaviskis - 300 years” head, reverse, brass, Ø 22 cm, Lithuanian Mint;
  • 1997 „In memorial of Arūnas Tarabilda” head, reverse, silvered copper, Ø 20 cm;
  • 2000 „Evelina Malinauskaitė” electrotype, Ø 16 cm;
  • 2000 „Tomas Malinauskas” electrotype, Ø 16 cm;
  • 2000 „Algirdė” medallion, silvered copper, Ø 6 cm;
  • 2000 „Jubilee medal of millennium” head, reverse, brass, silver Ag 925, Ø 51 mm, Lithuanian Mint;
  • 2001 „The Medal for the Christian World” head, reverse, brass, silver Ag 925, Ø 51 mm, Lithuanian Mint;
  • 2002 „World champion R. Bagdonas” head, reverse, brass, Ø 51 mm, Lithuanian Mint;
  • 2002 „Vice-chairman of Lithuanian Republic C. Juršėnas“ copper, Ø 200 mm;
  • 2002 „Lithuanias christian democracy party celebrates its 100 years” head, reverse, brass, Ø 51 mm, Lithuanian Mint;
  • 2002 „Maldis art gallery opening, oeuvre of Sauka” head, reverse, brass, Ø 51 mm, Lithuanian Mint;
  • 2003 „Artist R. Dichavičius”, bronze, marble, Ø 16 cm;
  • 2003 „Woman and a cat” brass, 9x12 cm;
  • 2003 „Jubilee medal for Lithuanian King Mindaugas” head, reverse, brass, silver Ag 925, Ø 51 mm, Lithuanian Mint;
  • 2004 „Jubilee medal for Lithuanian Queen Morta” head, reverse, brass, silver Ag 925, Ø 51 mm, Lithuanian Mint;
  • 2005 „Edmundas Armoska 60 years jubilee“ head, reverse, brass, Ø 51 mm, Lithuanian Mint;
  • 2005 „Dr. Pranas Kiznis ♦ Lietpak - 15 years jubilee“ head, reverse, brass, Ø 51 mm, Lithuanian Mint;
  • 2006 „Jubilee medal 770 years to battle of Saulė-Šiauliai” head, reverse, brass, silver Ag 925, Ø 51 mm, Lithuanian Mint;
  • 2006 „Radvila the Black” co-author Lina Kalinauskaitė, head, reverse, brass, silver Ag 925, Ø 51 mm, Lithuanian Mint;
  • 2006 „Archangel Michael” co-author Lina Kalinauskaitė, head, reverse, brass, silver Ag 925, Ø 51 mm, Lithuanian Mint;
  • 2007 „Archangel Gabriel” co-author Lina Kalinauskaitė, head, reverse, brass, silver Ag 925, Ø 51 mm, Lithuanian Mint;
  • 2007 „Archangel Raphael” co-author Lina Kalinauskaitė, head, reverse, brass, silver Ag 925, Ø 51 mm, Lithuanian Mint;
  • 2009 „Medal Signifying the Millennium Commemoration of the Name of Lithuania 1009-2009” co-author Lina Kalinauskaitė, head, reverse, brass, silver Ag 925, Ø 70mm, Lithuanian Mint;
  • 2010 „Jubilee medal 600 years to the battle of Žalgiris-Grünwald” co-author Lina Kalinauskaitė, obverse, reverse, brass, silver Ag 925, Ø 51 mm, Lithuanian Mint.

Public and private collections[edit]

  • „Olympic light” Museum of fine arts of Lithuania, Vilnius;
  • „Gymnast with ribbons” A. Grenda’s private collection;
  • „Sacrifice” Mrs. Fokiene private collection, Vilnius;
  • „Near the sea” Association of Lithuanian writers, Vilnius;
  • „In sauna”, „The legend of the foundation of Vilnius” Museum of fine arts, Moscow;
  • „Linute”, „Youth” Tretyakov state gallery of fine arts, Moscow;
  • „Dr. J.Schulman” private collection of Mrs. E.Schulman, USA, New Jersey;
  • Algirdas and Kestutis” private collection, Japan;
  • Various historical medals at Trakai history museum, Trakai;
  • And other private collections in Lithuania and abroad.

Exhibitions[edit]

  • 1965 Anniversary exhibition of art in Vilnius;
  • 1966 Competitive exhibition of Lithuania;
  • 1967 Republican exhibition in Vilnius;
  • 1969-1970 International exhibition of medals in Prague;
  • 1972 Quadrienal in Riga;
  • 1972 Personal exhibition in Vilnius;
  • 1975 Kraków, international exhibition of medals;
  • 1976 Quadrienal in Riga;
  • 1984 Confederate exhibition in Moscow;
  • 1985 GTG exhibition in Moscow;
  • 1985 GKG exhibition in Moscow;
  • 1986-1987 exhibition in Moscow;
  • 1987-1988 II Republican exhibition in Vilnius;
  • 1991 III Republican exhibition in Vilnius;
  • 1993 Republican exhibition of medals in Vilnius;
  • 1994 September, personal exhibition in Vilkaviskis, Krastieciu hall;
  • 1998 November, personal exhibition in Vilnius, Atzalynas club hall;
  • 1998 Medal exhibition FIDEM in Netherlands;
  • 2002 Medal exhibition FIDEM in Paris;
  • 2002 Sculpture symposium at the St. Jono gallery, Vilnius;
  • 2000-2005 Medal exhibitions at the St. Jono gallery, Vilnius;
  • 2006 Personal exhibition at the St. Jono gallery, Vilnius;
  • 2007 VII Baltic Medal Triennial, Vilnius;
  • 2007 FIDEM in Colorado Springs USA;
  • 2007 February, exhibition at "Korperhaft-Erotische Impressionen" in Daetz-Centrum, Lichtenstein, Germany;
  • 2008 AIAM medal exhibition in Rome;
  • 2009 May, Exhibition dedicated to commemorate the Millennium of Lithuania’s Name at the palace of Radvilu, Vilnius.
  • 2009 September, Exhibition in Vilnius' town hall;
  • 2009 October, Republican exhibition of medals in Vilnius.

Awards[edit]

  • 1966 First award for „Olympian light”
  • 1966 Second award for „The fight”;
  • 1969 Third award for „Greeting of cosmonaut” in Moscow;
  • 1976 Diploma from Moscow for the medal „The legend of the foundation of Vilnius”;
  • 1984 „Grekov name” medal, silver;
  • 1985 Granted an honorary name of merited artist;
  • 1993 Award in competition of the medals, for the medal „Vilnius 670 years”.

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