József Somogyi

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The following article is from The Great Soviet Encyclopedia (1979). It might be outdated or ideologically biased.

Somogyi, József

 

Born June 9, 1916, in Félszerfalva. Hungarian sculptor. People’s Artist of the Hungarian People’s Republic (1970).

Somogyi graduated from the Academy of Arts in Budapest in 1941. His monumental works, such as Mother and Child (aluminum, 1967, Budapest), consist of dynamic figures freely positioned in space. These works are executed in a romantic spirit and are marked by expressiveness of gestures. Somogyi has also produced freestanding sculpture, including very small works.

Somogyi received the Kossuth Prize in 1954 and the Munkácsy Prize in 1956.

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Hungary drove forward, with sub Jozsef Somogyi firing one effort just over but it was Shearer who failed to settle the match with just four minutes left as he could only bundle a shot against the keeper from six yards after an incisive cross by Gray.
Still Hungary came forward, with substitute Jozsef Somogyi firing one effort just over but with only four minutes left Shearer could only bundle a shot against the 'keeper from six yards.