Marinela Mantescu

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Marinela Mantescu

A prodigious career, started many years ago, when she was graduating from the “Nicolae Grigorescu” Beaux Arts Institute (1979) in the class of master Corneliu Baba. The body of work of painter Marinela Mantescu-Isac has entered the national heritage as an indisputable value that will last over the ages. A simple listing of the personal or group exhibitions that Marinela Isac has inaugurated in the country and abroad would be enlightening in order to demonstrate the artist’s creative force. Awarded in salons national or international, the painter that has mastered to perfection the tender insinuation of colour can pride herself on having created paintings that are included in private collections on all continents. It is not a trivial matter to sell in Switzerland, Germany, France, the Netherlands, the Czech Republic, Spain, Italy, Anglia, Greece, but also in Egypt, USA, Japan, Syria, Australia or Venezuela.

Born on 23 July 1954, Bucharest.

1979 – Nicolae Grigorescu Fine Arts Institute, Bucharest, Department of painting, class Prof. Corneliu Baba and Marius Cilievici.
1980 – Member of the U.A.P, Bucharest
2004 – Member of the Association of Women who are Creators of Fine Arts of Romania

Personal exhibitions:
2013, 1987, 1985 - “Simeza” Art Gallery, Bucharest
2012, 2013 - “Frezia” Art Gallery, Dej
2010 – “Ana” Art Gallery, Bucharest; Sinaia
2005 –P.R.M. Headquarters, Targoviste
2013 –Vernescu House, Bucharest
2002 – U Art Gallery. Bucharest
2001 - Targu Mures Art Gallery
2000 – Culture Inspectorate Bistrita Nasaud, Golden Chrysanthemum Festival, Targoviste
1999 – Mamaia Art Gallery, Constanta
1997 – World Trade Center, Bucharest
1995, 1992, 2003 – Art Gallery, Bucharest
1994 – B.C.R, Dorobanti branch, Bucharest
1993 – Eggenfelden, Germany
1983 – Galeteea Art Gallery, Bucharest
1981 – Hotel Parc, Mamaia, Constanta
1978 – Arts Amphitheatre Gallery, Bucharest


Group exhibitions:
Over 160 exhibitions in the country and abroad: Balchik, Sofia, Bulgaria; Mettingen and Ibbenvren, Germany; Stockhlom, Sweden; Kosice, Czechoslovakia; Paris, France.

Prizes and diplomas:
2013 – Diploma of Excellence – Dacian-Roman Academy, Bucharest
1998 – Medal of Merit – Prince Paul of Romania, for singular merits in the service of Romanian Art
1984 – Prize for Painting - National Painting Exhibition, Graphics and Sculpture
1977 – Prize for Painting at the Annual Congress of Literary Creation and Artistic, Bucharest

Documentaries and Symposiums:
RDG, RFG, R.S. Czechoslovakia, USSR, Greece, Israel, Bulgaria, Romania, etc.