Daniel Ozmo

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Daniel Ozmo
Woordcutters by Ozmo on a 1978 Yugoslav stamp

Daniel Ozmo (1912, Olovo – 1942, Jasenovac concentration camp) was a Yugoslav 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]

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  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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