Born in Nagykánizsa (Hungary), Olejnik Janka studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Budapest from 1909 to 1913, during which she participated in the exhibitions of the National Salon and Kunsthalle. Since 1911 he has exhibited at the National Salon and the art galleries in Satu Mare and Baia Mare. Around 1934 he worked briefly in the Colony of Balcic, later returning to Baia Mare between 1927 and 1954. In addition to his oil paintings, which mainly included landscapes and portraits, he made pencil and ink drawings, watercolors, engravings and murals for the Roman Catholic churches in Baia Mare and Berveni (Satu Mare).
This painting proposes a perspective on what the Reformed church and the Vineyards Bridge represented in 1930s. The construction of the church began in 1792 and was completed in 1836.