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Tutzi Marton, Romanian artist. Recipient 1st prize Museum Art Long Beach, 1981, Passatore award, Rome, 1982, Bronze medal, International Symposium Cantacuziono, Vienna, 1983; Ioan and Maria Constantinescu grant, Hague, Nederlands, 1981.


Marton, Tutzi was born on October 13, 1936 in Bucharest, Romania. Arrived in United States, 1972. Son of Samuil and Terezia (Roth) Marton Chereji.


Graduate, Cluj College, Romania, 1956. Graduate, Academy Journalism, Budapest, 1971.


Art. director Foaia Noastra magazine, Budapest, 1959—1971. Textile designer Loweinstein Incorporated, New York York City, 1972—1975.


  • Other Work

    • One-man shows include Romania Library, New York City, 1978, Kar Gallery Fine Art, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 1978, Galeria Laurina, The Hague, Netherlands, 1981, Galeria Star, Gallarate, Italy, 1982, Galeria Dania, Haifa, Israel, 1983, exhibited in group shows at Rosenau, Bern, Switzerland, 1977, York Gallery, Ottawa, 1978, Museum Art, Long Beach, New York, 1979, Profile Gallery, New York City, 1980, Gallery Alfa, Sunshine Coast, Australia, 1981, Romana Kramoris Gallery, Sag Harbor, New York, 1981, Represented in permanent collections National Archives Washington, Statue of Liberty, Museum Art Florida, Palm Beach, Tomaquag Indian Memorabilia Museum, Rhode Island, Vatican, Rome, Haifa Museum Music and Ethnology, Israel, Musee Petit Format, Couvin, Belgium.


Board directors National Council on Art in Jewish Life, New York City, 1983. Fellow: Anglo American Academy (honorary). Member: Artists Equity Association, Foreign Press Association (associate), International Association Art.


Married Meszesi Ervin, July 10, 1957 (divorced 1972).

Samuil Chereji

Terezia (Roth) Marton Chereji

Meszesi Ervin