Книга: Denes Pataky «Master Drawings: 19th - 20th Centuries»

Master Drawings: 19th - 20th Centuries

This volume, like the similar album "Master Drawings from the Collection of the Budapest Museum of Fine Arts, 14th - 18th centuries", presents outstanding drawings from the extraordinarily rich material of the Museum, in original colouring, and applying the most up-to-date technique of reproduction. The selection includes 94 original plates.

Издательство: "Corvina" (1965)

Формат: 285x390, 220 стр.

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Dénes Pataky

Dénes Pataky
Nation Ungarn Ungarn
Geburtstag 25. Juni 1916
Sterbedatum 1986
Karriere
Disziplin Einzellauf
Medaillenspiegel
WM-Medaillen 0 × 0 × 1 ×
EM-Medaillen 0 × 1 × 0 ×
 Eiskunstlauf-Weltmeisterschaften
Bronze Budapest 1935 Herren
 Eiskunstlauf-Europameisterschaften
Silber Seefeld 1934 Herren
 

Dénes Pataky (* 25. Juni 1916; † 1986) war ein ungarischer Eiskunstläufer, der im Einzellauf startete.

1934 wurde er Vize-Europameister hinter Karl Schäfer und vor seinem Landsmann Elemér Terták. Ein Jahr später gewann er vor heimischen Publikum in Budapest die Bronzemedaille bei der Weltmeisterschaft, hinter Karl Schäfer und Jack Dunn. Bei den Olympischen Spielen 1936 in Garmisch-Partenkirchen wurde er Neunter.

Ergebnisse

Wettbewerb / Jahr 1933 1934 1935 1936
Olympische Winterspiele 9.
Weltmeisterschaften 5. 3. 6.
Europameisterschaften 2.
Ungarische Meisterschaften 1. 1. 1. 1.

Weblinks

  • Dénes Pataky in der Datenbank von Sports-Reference.com (englisch)

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