ANNA MARGIT

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expresszionista, szürreális és szimbolista festészetében a bábutematika egyedülálló

Margit Anna (Hungarian artist, Self Portrait 1988 Anna, Self Portrait, Self Portrait Artists, Artist, Naive Art, Painting, Blue Art, All Art, Outsider Art

Impact of the Nazi regime on women artists - Hungarian Margit Anna, born Margit Sichermann, 1913-1991

.Margit Anna (Hungarian artist, 1913-1991) Two Women with Guinea Hen 1934 Margit Anna, born Margit Sichermann, (1913-1991) attended Vaszary's school from 1932-1936, and then traveled to Paris with her artist husband, Imre Ámos, in 1937. There they met Chagall, whose influence can be seen in her early work. Following the death of her husband in a Nazi concentration camp in 1944, her style became harsher & more elemental. She did not paint from 1949, until the mid-1960s. Margit Anna (Hungarian…

Hungarian Margit Anna, born Margit Sichermann, 1913~1991 Anna, Painter, Artist, Painting, Pictures, Poster, Outsider Art

nézzük együtt ... ANNA MARGIT KÉPEIT!

Az Önarckép medalionnal az 1940-es évek elején készült, amikor a fasizálódó Magyarországon egyre ...

Hungarian Margit Anna, born Margit Sichermann, 1913~1991 Anna, Painter, Morbid, Painting, Imagery, Art

Groteszk angyalok álarcban

1940-ben bukkant fel először festményein a bábumotívum, a sorsnak kiszolgáltatott ember metaforájaként: a későbbiekben állandó szereplői lettek az amorf bábuk, az álomszerű gnómok és a groteszk, álarcos angyalok.

Anna, Margit - 1937 Self-Portrait (Janus Pannonius Museum, Pecs, Hungary) Artist Painting, Arty, Anna, Painter, Beautiful Artwork, Self Portrait, Artist, Painting, Life Art

Impact of the Nazi regime on women artists - Hungarian Margit Anna, born Margit Sichermann, 1913-1991

.Margit Anna (Hungarian artist, 1913-1991) Two Women with Guinea Hen 1934 Margit Anna, born Margit Sichermann, (1913-1991) attended Vaszary's school from 1932-1936, and then traveled to Paris with her artist husband, Imre Ámos, in 1937. There they met Chagall, whose influence can be seen in her early work. Following the death of her husband in a Nazi concentration camp in 1944, her style became harsher & more elemental. She did not paint from 1949, until the mid-1960s. Margit Anna (Hungarian…

Hungarian Margit Anna, born Margit Sichermann, 1913~1991 Anna, Painter, Self Portrait, Artist, Painting

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Judit Virág Gallery and Auction House is specialised in Hungarian paintings from the centuries, Art-Nouveau Zsolnay ceramics. Painting, Anna, Art

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Judit Virág Gallery and Auction House is specialised in Hungarian paintings from the 19th, 20th centuries, Art-Nouveau Zsolnay ceramics.

'Élet és halál' (Life and Death), Anna Margit

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Anna, Margit - 1934 Self-Portrait (Ferenczy Museum, Szentendre, Hungary) Watercolor and India ink on paper; 29 x 24 cm. Anna, Painter, Self Portrait, India Ink, Artist, Painting, Photo Collage Canvas, Life Art, Portrait Photo

Anna, Margit (1913-1991) - 1934 Self-Portrait (Ferenczy Museum, Szentendre, Hungary)

Watercolor and India ink on paper; 29 x 24 cm. Margit Anna born Margit Sichermann (1913–1991) was a twentieth century Hungarian painter. She attended Vaszary's school from 1932-1936 and she travelled to Paris with her husband, Imre Ámos, also a painter in 1937. There they met Chagall and his influence can be seen in her early work. Anna's early period was similar to Imre Ámos's art with lyric presentation with grotesque elements which characterize her paintings. Following the death of her…