Sholtes, Zoltan

Image - Zoltan Sholtes Image - Zoltan Sholtes:  Winter Evening near Polonyna (1964).

Sholtes, Zoltan [Шолтес, Золтан; Šoltes], b 21 July 1909 in Prykopa, Prešov region, d 16 December 1990 in Uzhhorod. Painter. He studied under Yosyp Bokshai and Adalbert Erdeli at the Uzhhorod Art School (1930–3). A resident of Uzhhorod, he has painted many Transcarpathian landscapes, such as Spring (1945), Winter Evening (1956), Highland (1958), Storm above the Beskyds (1968), and View of Rivna Meadow (1979), and portraits.

[This article originally appeared in the Encyclopedia of Ukraine, vol. 4 (1993).]

Image - Zoltan Sholtes: Carpathian Theme. Image - Zoltan Sholtes: Highland Village. Image - Zoltan Sholtes: Near the Uzhhorod Castle. Image - Zoltan Sholtes: an untitled landscape.

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