The funeral of Ignasi Gogolevsky. The actor was buried in the cemetery in Otwock

Ignasi Gogolevsky, actor, director and screenwriter, rested at the cemetery of the parish of St. Vincent de Paul in Otok. – Father Andre Luther said in his homily at the Church of Creative Communities: – He gave us beauty. Teatralny in Warsaw. His family, friends, artists, and representatives of state and city authorities bid him farewell.

Gogolewski, a theater and film actor, director and screenwriter, passed away on May 15 at the age of 90. On Monday, a funeral service was held which was attended by many artists and friends of the actor as well as representatives of state and city authorities.

– Ignasi Gogolevsky gave us beauty – said during the funeral service the priest of creative circles, Fr. Andre Luther. He confirmed that we were saying goodbye to two Justo Conrad on the same day. At the same time, the funeral of Jerzy Trela ​​was held in Krakow.

“They left us on the same day – two Gustaws-Konrads – Ignacy Gogolewski and Jerzy Trela. And they joined Gustaw Holoubek, the third of the great Gustaw-Konrads. The three great departed for the Triune Lord. We shared the Eucharist we celebrated Ignacy Gogolewski. Pray from Yes Ignacy Gogolewski.A great artist, husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather, for a friend.Meanwhile, at the same time, a funeral mass for Jerzy Trela ​​is being celebrated in the Dominican Fathers, Father Luther said in his homily.

Funeral ceremony of Ignasi GogolevskyPAP / Tomasz very much

The Creative Communities sponsor recalled a scene from Ignacy Gogolewski’s recent TV interview. The actor showed a copy of Dziady from 1953 he had brought into the studio. A yellowish old book, on the basis of which he was preparing for a theatrical performance directed by Alexander Bardini. 90-year-old Gusto Konrad accepted this version. This was the last public gesture of Ignasi Gogolevsky – the father remembers it. Luther

The role of Antik Purina “Immortal portrait of the Polish soul”

After the eminent actor’s audience, representatives of the authorities and creative circles said goodbye. “One of the most prominent representatives of the generation that rebuilt Polish theater after World War II. Thanks to initiatives such as television theatre, it has given millions of Poles the opportunity to experience the art of acting at its best. These are undeniable advantages and a great contribution to national culture. For what I want today. As President To the Republic of Poland, he expressed his gratitude,” Andrzej Duda said in a letter to the participants in the funeral ceremony, read out by the President’s Adviser, Pyotr Nowacki.

The president asserted that Gogolevsky, as a professor of the Polish language, “fed the treasure of his mother tongue.” He described the late actor as an innovator in the art of acting: “The skill with which he interpreted the works of the classics has aroused widespread recognition and admiration.”

“The unforgettable role that Antik Purina created in the series and Choupee’s film inspired by Władysław Reymont’s prose is an immortal portrait of the Polish soul,” said the chief, adding that Gogolewski’s roles were deep, tense, and thoughtful of the human being. condition.

Gliński: Saying goodbye to one of the last masters of the old school of acting

The following letter from the Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Culture and National Heritage Pyotr Glinsky was read by the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage, Wanda Zwinogrodzka. “Today we say goodbye to one of the last masters of the old school of acting,” wrote Gliński. He added, “The path to a brilliant career was paved by the role of Justo Konrad in Adam Mickiewicz Dziadi’s first post-war production, directed by Alexander Bardini at the Polish Theater in Warsaw.” “The artist, endowed with a genius sense of words, phrases and the melody of the poem, with time created a number of notable roles in the romantic drama and became an icon of the romantic hero. In this formulation. The scale of his possibilities in acting and means of expression turned out to be impressive – from tragic pathos to the comedic genre of the classics, and from impressionism Poetics through quiet realism to satirical distance in the contemporary repertoire” – evaluated.

He emphasized that “the audience’s applause came to him through his performances on the big and small screens – in the films of Stanislav Rusevich and Jerzy Anzac, in the television theater, and above all in the painting by Jan Rybkovsky” Chubby “, in which he created the unforgettable character of Antik Burina “. He added that “his mastery of words and sounds earned him a crowd of admirers among the listeners of the Polish radio scene.”

He said, “The late Ignacy Gogolewski was a hardworking, ambitious and always researching artist.” The stage is a twinkle, a single take. You have to give yourself completely to him, otherwise everything for nothing. “As he said, he did, and therefore she will remain in her history forever – summed up Peter Glinsky.

“There are no such words to say goodbye”

– One of the most prominent artists of Polish theater at the turn of the two centuries – summoned the late president of the Union of Polish Dramatic Artists, Krzysztof Szoster.

– In acting, he skillfully portrayed a man, who was equally adept at creating a romantic hero and a clown, a dramatic or comedic character – said Zoster. He noted that Ignacy Gogolewski was assuring that he never belonged to any party, only to ZASP. Almost until the end of his life, he was engaged in union activities, holding the position of president, chief, and most recently, honorary president. – Despite his health problems, he participated in handing out the ZASP banner to his young colleagues. Today this sign says goodbye to him – he said.

Funeral service for Ignasi Gogolevsky at the cemetery in OtokPAP / Ravi Joz

Director Andrzej Seweryn said goodbye to Gogolewski on his own behalf and on behalf of his friends from the Polish theater.

Kindness, unforgettable bells, humility and courage to have your say. The interaction of intellectual qualities and talents backed by hard work contributed to professional success – Syoren emphasized. He recalled the roles of Gogolevsky-Janek in “Most” by Zzaniawski, Nero in “Britannicus” and Dmitriy in the TV version of “The Brothers Karamazov”.

The director of the National Theater, Jan Englert, noted that it was Gogolevsky who said goodbye to his colleagues several times on their last trip. “I always told him, Mr. Ignasi, I dared not do otherwise.”

The deceased – in his opinion – belonged to an increasingly rare category of artists for whom theater represented life. – Mickiewicz’s premiere getting ready in heaven, where you both were captured in one day – added Englert, referring to Jerzy Trela’s death.

The director of the Bologna Theater, Cristina Janda, remembered how honored she was when Ignasi Gogolevsky agreed to perform on stage. And he stayed there for four hundred nights. There are no words to say goodbye, fortunately we have your roles before our eyes,” Ganda said.

Ignacy GogolevskyAndrzej Rybczyński / PAP

Ignacy Gogolewski – career and achievements

Ignacy Gogolewski was born on June 17, 1931 in Ciechanów. In 1953 he graduated from the acting department of the State Drama School in Warsaw and soon joined the Polish theater in Warsaw. He also sang at the Warsaw Theatrical, Contemporary and National Theatre. He directed the Silesian Stanisław Wyspiański Theater in Katowice, Teatr im. Juliusz Osterwa in Lublin and Rozmaitości Theater in Warsaw.

Film roles constitute a separate chapter of his career. He performed, inter alia, in “Soldier of the Queen of Madagascar” by Jerzy Zarzeki, “Troubled Love” by Stanislav Rozevic, “Countess of Kossel” by Jerzy Anzac, “Johnny” by Janusz Morgenstern. However, he was deeply remembered by viewers as Antek Boryna from the TV series “Chłopi”.

Gogolewski is also the recipient of many awards and honors, including: Splendor Splendorów, Grand Prix of the Polish Radio and Television Theater Festival “Two Theatre”, Master of Polish Speech. In 2000, he got Alexander Zelorowicz to perform Szarm in “Operetta” by Witold Gombrowicz, der. Jerzy Grzegorzewski at the National Theater in Warsaw. He was honored, among other things, with the Commander’s Cross with the Star of the Order of Bologna Restituta and the Gold Medal for Merit for Culture – Gloria Artes.

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