Károly Kernstok (1873-1940) Hungarian painter.

He was known for being among the leading groups of Hungarian painters known as the "Neos" and The Eight (1909–1918). The Eight's style was quite complex. They worked with the rationalism of cubists, the decorative use of strong color as seen in the Fauves, and the emotional depth of German Expressionism.
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Károly Kernstok 1910 "Self Portrait"

Károly Kernstok 1910 "Self Portrait"

Károly Kernstok, Knabenakt im Garten von Nyerges, ca. 1909 © Privatbesitz

Károly Kernstok, Knabenakt im Garten von Nyerges, ca. 1909 © Privatbesitz

Kernstok Károly (1873 - 1940) Ifjak, 1909

Kernstok Károly (1873 - 1940) Ifjak, 1909

Kernstok Károly (1873-1940) Erdőben Olaj, vászon, 69x43 cm

Kernstok Károly (1873-1940) Erdőben Olaj, vászon, 69x43 cm

The Eight (painters) was an avant-garde art movement  Post- Impressionism of Hungarian painters active mostly in Budapest from 1909 to 1918.  Robert Bereny, Czigany Dezsö , Karoly Kernstok, Ödön Marffy, Orban Dezsö, Pór Bertalan, Tihanyi Lajos

The Eight (painters) was an avant-garde art movement Post- Impressionism of Hungarian painters active mostly in Budapest from 1909 to 1918. Robert Bereny, Czigany Dezsö , Karoly Kernstok, Ödön Marffy, Orban Dezsö, Pór Bertalan, Tihanyi Lajos

Kernstok Károly (1873-1940) Színes Leányfej, 1909 körül Olaj, lemezpapír, 48x35 cm

Kernstok Károly (1873-1940) Színes Leányfej, 1909 körül Olaj, lemezpapír, 48x35 cm

Kernstok Károly (1873-1940) Mandulaszüret Olaj, vászon, 80x50 cm

Kernstok Károly (1873-1940) Mandulaszüret Olaj, vászon, 80x50 cm

Kernstok, Károly ‘Winter Pines’ (1912)

Kernstok, Károly ‘Winter Pines’ (1912)

Károly Kernstok (1873–1940), St John the Baptist1932

Károly Kernstok (1873–1940), St John the Baptist1932

Kernstok Károly (1873-1940): Hungarian ost-impressionist, Member of "the Eight". önarcképe/selfportrait,1903

Kernstok Károly (1873-1940): Hungarian ost-impressionist, Member of "the Eight". önarcképe/selfportrait,1903

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