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Étienne BEÖTHY

1897 Heves, Hungary - 1961 Paris, France Exhibitions: 1928 •Galerie Sacre du Printemps, Paris EXPOSITION DES ARTS PLASTIQUES 1929 •Galerie Zak, Paris 1929 •Galerie des Éditions Bonaparte, Paris EXPOSITION PARTICULIERE DE 4 OEUVRES 1931 •Galerie Kovacs, Budapest 1934 •Salle Wargram, Paris 1946 •Galerie Denise René, Paris 1948 •Galerie Mæght, Paris

Joseph CSAKY

1888 Szeged, Hungary - 1971 Paris, France Joseph Csaky (Jozsef Alexandre Csaky, also written Csáky József and József Csáky) (Szeged, March 18, 1888 – Paris May 1, 1971) was a Hungarian avant- garde artist, sculptor, and graphic artist, best known for his early participation as a sculptor in the Cubist movement. Joseph Csaky was one of the first Parisian sculptors to apply

Tibor CSERNUS

1927 Kondoros, Hungary - 2007 Paris, France

François FIEDLER

François Fiedler was born in Kassa (Hungary) in 1921. He introduced himself at a very young age to academic portraiture by copying old masters. After studying at university, he enrolled in the Académie des Beaux-Arts of Budapest. He was 25 years old when he settled in Paris (1946). It was

Simon HANTAÏ

1922 Bia, Hungary - 2008 Paris, France Simon Hantaï b. 1922, Bia, Hungary; d. 2008, Paris Simon Hantaï was born on December 7, 1922, in Bia (now Biatorbágy), Hungary. From 1941 to 1946, he studied in the mural division of the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts, Budapest. In March 1948

Paul KALLOS

1928 Hernádnémeti, Hungary - 2001 Montelimar, France

Kamill MAJOR

1948 Perkáta, Hungary - WORKS IN PUBLIC COLLECTIONS •Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, (France) •Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris, (France) •Musée National d'art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, (France) •Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest, (Hungary) •Wolfenbüttel Bibliothek, Hannover (Germany) •Institut Supérieur pour l’Etude du Langage Plastique, Brussels (Belgium) •Kiscelli Museum,

László MOHOLY-NAGY

1895 Bácsborsód, Hungary - 1946 Chicago, U.S.A.

Gustave MIKLOS

1888 Budapest, Hungary - 1967 Oyannax, France  

Anton PRINNER

1902 Budapest, Hungary - 1983 Paris, France

Judit REIGL

1923 Kapuvár, Hungary Judit Reigl was born on May 1, 1923, in Kapuvár, Hungary. After studying painting at the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts, Budapest, between 1941 and 1946, she traveled to Italy as the grantee of the Hungarian Academy, Rome. In October 1948, she returned to Hungary, which had

Alfred RETH

1884 Budapest, Hungary - 1966 Paris, France Alfred Reth, was born as Alfred Roth in 1884 in Budapest (Hungary). Son of a doctor, he moved to Paris in 1905, after he had travelled a lot in Italy. Living in Montparnasse, he attended the academy Jacques Emile Blanche, where he studying

Endre ROZSDA

1913 Mohács, Hungary - 1999 Paris, France

Étienne SÁNDORFI

1948 Budapest, Hungary - 2007 Paris, France Istvan Sandorfi was born in 1948 in Budapest, Hungary. Since the age of ten he lived in Paris, where he studied at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts and the Ecole des Arts Décoratifs. Sandorfi’s painting style, which blends a meticulous realistic technique with elements

Geza SZOBEL

1905 Komárom, Hungary - 1963 Paris, France

Victor VASARELY

1906 Pécs, Hungary - 1997 Annet Sur Marne, France

Arpad SZENES

1897 Budapest, Hungary - 1985 Paris, France