Valley of Great Tarpatak in the High Tatras (detail), by Tivadar Kosztka Csontvary

Valley of Great Tarpatak in the High Tatras (detail), by Tivadar Kosztka Csontvary - Cd Paintings

Csontváry Kosztka Tivadar - Baalbek (részlet) / Baalbek (detail), 1906

Its About Time: Hungarian Modern Artist Csontváry Kosztka, Tivadar Paints a Bold, Colorful Lebanon

Róbert Berény (Hungarian, 1887-1953): Woman Playing Cello, 1928 (Oil on canvas, Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest)

Róbert Berény (Hungarian, Woman Playing Cello, 1928 (Oil on canvas, Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest)

Barcsay Jenő (1900-1988) - Párizs, 1929

Barcsay Jenő (1900-1988) - Párizs, 1929

Philip Alexius de László (Hungarian, 1869-1937) - Portrait of Doña María Mercedes de Alvear, 1921 (Oil on canvas) - The portrait was commissioned by Mercedes de Alvear’s parents, to hang in their palatial home a few miles out of Buenos Aires, close to the estuary of Río de la Plata. De László completed Mercedes de Alvear’s portrait in December 1921 in Paris, during a period of intense work... (Németh György)

“Portrait of Doña María Mercedes de Alvear by Philip Alexius de László (Hungarian,

István Mácsai (Hungarian, 1922-2005) - Pannónia Street in Winter

István Mácsai (Hungarian, 1922-2005) - Pannónia Street in Winter

Mihály Munkácsy (Hungarian, 1844-1900) - Paris Interior (Woman Reading), 1877 (Oil on wood. Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest) - - Munkácsy was a master at using values to create the drama and movement he wanted. In this detail of the woman reading, one see his exquisite draughtsmanship…

Paris Interior Mihály Munkácsy (Hungarian, Oil on canvas. Munkácsy’s first salon picture is the Paris Interior. It depicts a colourful and bright indoor.

All Art: Mihály Munkácsy (Hungarian, 1844-1900) - Woman Reading (Oil on paper. Magyar Nemzeti Galéria - Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest) - - In 1867 Munkácsy travelled to Paris to see the Universal Exposition. After this trip his style became much lighter, with broader brushstrokes and tonal colour schemes - he was probably influenced by modern French painting seen at the Exposition…

All Art: Mihály Munkácsy (Hungarian, 1844-1900) - Woman Reading (Oil on paper. Magyar Nemzeti Galéria - Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest) - - In 1867 Munkácsy travelled to Paris to see the Universal Exposition. After this trip his style became much lighter, with broader brushstrokes and tonal colour schemes - he was probably influenced by modern French painting seen at the Exposition…

Dezső Czigány (1883-1938) - Funeral of a Child, c.1907-08. (Hungarian National Gallery)

Czigány, Dezső - Burial of a Child, 1910

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