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Gyula Asztalos (1900 – 1972, Hungarian)The Artist's Model

Gyula Asztalos (1900 – 1972, Hungarian)The Artist's Model

Hungarian-born, Vienna-based artist Bogi Fabian uses glowing UV paint to create gorgeous, luminescent murals that can only be seen under a black light. With the flip of a light switch, blank bedroom walls are suddenly covered with cosmic scenes, glittering stars, beautiful landscapes, and lush flora and fauna that emit an ethereal radiance in the darkness.

Hungarian-born, Vienna-based artist Bogi Fabian uses glowing UV paint to create gorgeous, luminescent murals that can only be seen under a black light. With the flip of a light switch, blank bedroom walls are suddenly covered with cosmic scenes, glittering stars, beautiful landscapes, and lush flora and fauna that emit an ethereal radiance in the darkness.

This is the painting, Narcissus, by Gyula Benczúr. It was painted in 1881 and is now hanging in the Hungarian National gallery. I think the artist did a good job at capturing Narcissus’ vanity and the way he doesn’t seem to care about anything but his looks.

This is the painting, Narcissus, by Gyula Benczúr. It was painted in 1881 and is now hanging in the Hungarian National gallery. I think the artist did a good job at capturing Narcissus’ vanity and the way he doesn’t seem to care about anything but his looks.

Róbert Berény (Hungarian, 1887–1953) - Reading woman in the villa garden, wife of the artist, Léni  (pastel)

Róbert Berény (Hungarian, 1887–1953) - Reading woman in the villa garden, wife of the artist, Léni (pastel)

Many of the penthouse's design elements, including the pocket doors throughout and the African teak cabinetry in Sarah's study, were created by Emily Summers's architectural team. The painting "One More Day 4" is by Hungarian artist Zsolt Bodoni-Dombi | archdigest.com

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Many of the penthouse's design elements, including the pocket doors throughout and the African teak cabinetry in Sarah's study, were created by Emily Summers's architectural team. The painting "One More Day 4" is by Hungarian artist Zsolt Bodoni-Dombi | archdigest.com

Victor Vasarely. Vásárhelyi Győző, known as Victor Vasarely was an artist who is often regarded as the father of Op Art. He began to study medicine in Hungary, but left the race after two years. Wikipedia

Victor Vasarely. Vásárhelyi Győző, known as Victor Vasarely was an artist who is often regarded as the father of Op Art. He began to study medicine in Hungary, but left the race after two years. Wikipedia

Portrait of the Artist's Wife (1920-2) by Geza Voros (1897-1957), Hungarian, oil (artistsandart)

Portrait of the Artist's Wife (1920-2) by Geza Voros (1897-1957), Hungarian, oil (artistsandart)

Shota Rustaveli presents his poem to Queen Tamar, a painting by the Hungarian artist Mihály Zichy (1880s)

Shota Rustaveli presents his poem to Queen Tamar, a painting by the Hungarian artist Mihály Zichy (1880s)

Imre Tóth [Emerico] is an Hungarian painter. Speaking about this interesting artist and at the same time painter whose name we are going to keep in our minds and whose name is Emerico Toth as you remember we should state the words of the artist himself about his own paintings and here is the sentences which he says: “I love beauty in all things. Nature, design, the female: smile, eyes, fit body, perky breasts, and animals, domestic and wild life”.

Imre Tóth [Emerico] is an Hungarian painter. Speaking about this interesting artist and at the same time painter whose name we are going to keep in our minds and whose name is Emerico Toth as you remember we should state the words of the artist himself about his own paintings and here is the sentences which he says: “I love beauty in all things. Nature, design, the female: smile, eyes, fit body, perky breasts, and animals, domestic and wild life”.

bblacha:      IMRE GOTH (Hungarian:British, 1893-1982) Portrait of the Artist’s Muse by -BoFransson- #flickstackr  Flickr: http://flic.kr/p/bRgpjP

bblacha: IMRE GOTH (Hungarian:British, 1893-1982) Portrait of the Artist’s Muse by -BoFransson- #flickstackr Flickr: http://flic.kr/p/bRgpjP

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