Figural Ceramics of the 1930s to 1970s

Figural Ceramics of the 1930s and 1940s were popular in lower middle class in Hungary. Its charm comes from the rough and ready design. They often depict folk scenes with earthly humor. In the 1950-1970' folk art remained an inspiration and source of naive shapes and decors for ceramic artists such as Kis Roóz Ilona.
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Szécsi Jolán - longing for love

Szécsi Jolán - longing for love

Szécsi Jolán - love birds

Szécsi Jolán - love birds

S. Kepes Ágnes - drunken boys on the way home

S. Kepes Ágnes - drunken boys on the way home

Kiss Rooz Ilona - Faun and Nymph 1960'

Kiss Rooz Ilona - Faun and Nymph 1960'

S. Kepes Ágnes - mark

S. Kepes Ágnes - mark

Szécsi Jolán - mark

Szécsi Jolán - mark

Szécsi Jolán - love birds

Szécsi Jolán - love birds

S. Kepes Ágnes - drunken boys on the way home

S. Kepes Ágnes - drunken boys on the way home

Kovács Éva - Mother with child 1970'

Kovács Éva - Mother with child 1970'

Kovács Éva - Mother with child 1970'

Kovács Éva - Mother with child 1970'

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