Hungarian composer Béla Bartók (1881-1945). His best-known works include "The Miraculous Mandarin," (1919), "Music for Strings, Percussion and Celesta," (1936), and "Concerto for Orchestra," (1944), as well as his three piano concertos.

Hungarian composer Béla Bartók His best-known works include "The Miraculous Mandarin," "Music for Strings, Percussion and Celesta," and "Concerto for Orchestra," as well as his three piano concertos.

Arany János utolsó fényképezkedése alkalmával, halála előtt két évvel készült ez a felvétel Ellinger Ede műtermében, több hasonló beállítással együtt. Közülük a legismertebb a "botos és kalapos" portré, melyen az író szintén könyvekre támaszkodva áll, de kezében botot és kalapot tart. Erről írt Kosztolányi Dezső 1917-ben: "Itt egy megható alakot bámulok, melyet alig-alig ismernek. A beesett, csontos arcot rövidre nyírt ősz szakáll keretezi, a hosszú haj csapzottan simul előre, a halántékra…

Arany János utolsó fényképezkedése alkalmával, halála előtt két évvel készült ez a felvétel Ellinger Ede műtermében, több hasonló beállítással együtt. Közülük a legismertebb a "botos és kalapos" portré, melyen az író szintén könyvekre támaszkodva áll, de kezében botot és kalapot tart. Erről írt Kosztolányi Dezső 1917-ben: "Itt egy megható alakot bámulok, melyet alig-alig ismernek. A beesett, csontos arcot rövidre nyírt ősz szakáll keretezi, a hosszú haj csapzottan simul előre, a halántékra…

Dr. Eugene Wigner- Nobel prize in physics (1963)--"It was not possible to formulate the laws (of quantum theory) in a full consistent way without reference to consciousness"

Eugene Wigner Hungarian-born American theoretical physicist and mathematician. "for his contributions to the theory of the atomic nucleus and the elementary particles, particularly through the discovery and application of fundamental symmetry principles"

Alexander Korda - film producer and director - married to Merle Oberon - divorced Merle Oberon

Sir Alexander Korda September 1893 – 23 January was a Hungarian-born British film producer and He was a leading figure in the British film industry, the founder of London Films and the owner of British Lion Films, a film distributing company.

Állatkerti körút 2. Gundel Károly és unokája Latinovits Zoltán 1933

Állatkerti körút 2. Gundel Károly és unokája Latinovits Zoltán 1933

Barcsay Jenő (1900-1988)  He was a Hungarian painter.  Hungarian Kossuth Prize-winning painter, graphic designer, artist, teacher and lecturer.

Barcsay Jenő He was a Hungarian painter. Hungarian Kossuth Prize-winning painter, graphic designer, artist, teacher and lecturer.

Feszty Árpád festőművész.

Feszty Árpád festőművész.

Árprily Lajos

Árprily Lajos

Szinyei Merse Pál, festőművész

Szinyei Merse Pál, festőművész

George Brassai Hungarian origin Photographer,Sculptor and Film Maker

Brassaï … Self-Portrait Standing in Dark Room … 1932 … Brassaï (pseudonym of Gyula Halász, 1899 Hungarian–French, photographer/sculptor/writer/filmmaker, rose to international fame in the century …

Armin Vambery Ármin Vámbéry (b. Wamberger), also known as Arminius Vámbéry (19 March 1832 – 15 September 1913), was a Hungarian Turkologist and traveller. In German his name is sometimes written as Herman Wambery.

Armin Vambery Ármin Vámbéry (b. Wamberger), also known as Arminius Vámbéry March 1832 – 15 September was a Hungarian Turkologist and traveller. In German his name is sometimes written as Herman Wambery.

Robert Capa, azaz Friedmann Endre Ernő  (Budapest, 1913. október 22– Indokína,1954.május 25.) "Nem elég ha tehetséges vagy, magyarnak is kell lenni." "It's not enough to have talent, you also have to be Hungarian."

60 éve halt meg Robert Capa

Orkin & R Capa was a Jewish-Hungarian combat photographer & photojournalist who covered 5 different wars: the Spanish Civil War, the Sino-Japanese War, WWII across Europe, the 1948 Arab-Israeli War & the Indochina War

George de Hevesy, The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1943: "for his work on the use of isotopes as tracers in the study of chemical processes", inorganic chemistry, nuclear chemistry

George de Hevesy, The Nobel Prize in Chemistry "for his work on the use of isotopes as tracers in the study of chemical processes", inorganic chemistry, nuclear chemistry

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