Lady in her garden - Jozsef Rippl-Ronai was a Hungerian painter who was the first to introduce modern artistic movements in the Hungarian art. In 1888 he worked with members of Les Nabis. Later he was involved in cloisonnism as in this painting.
By Gyula Benczúr – 1899 Yet another likely posthumous portrait. Benczúr was a leading Hungarian artist whose worth was recognized in Bavaria and Italy as well, but not so much beyond that part of Europe.
The Baptism of Vajk – Gyula Benczur. First king of Hungary. According to legend, Vajk was baptized a Christian by Saint Adalbert of Prague. He was given the baptismal name Stephen (István) in honor of the original early Christian Saint Stephen.