• ABA-NOVÁK Vilmos (1894 - 1941)

    Vilmos Aba-Novák painter and graphic artist. He was born in Budapest, 15th March, 1894. He studied at the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts, than between 1914-1918 he worked int he art colony of Szolnok with scholarship. After that he took part in a further training at the graphic professorship of the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts. His masters were Imre Révész, Adolf Fényes and Viktor Olgyai. His... more »

  • ÁBRAHÁM Anna

    ÁBRAHÁM Anna (1985 - )

    Anna Ábrahám was born in 1985 in Budapest. EDUCATIONS2009-2012Moholy- Nagy University of Art and Design Budapest, Design and Art Department, Metalwork and Jewellery Design (BA)2006-2008Art school Szentendre, Jewellery and Silversmithing Department2000-2005Secondary School of Visual Arts, Jewellery and Silversmithing DepartmentEXIBITIONS2011. 03Exhibition of MOME Design Institue, Czech Center... more »

  • AKNAY János (1949 - )

    János Aknay painter and sclupture artist. He was born in Nyíregyháza on 28th February 1949. He studied at the Hight School of Applied and Fine Arts. Since 1980 he is a member of the Graphic Workshop of Szendendre, and since 1992 he works in the art colony of Szentendre. Many of his works are shown in public places in SZentendre, Budapest, Nagycenk and in Balatonboglár. Many of his artworks are... more »

  • ARTNER Margit

    ARTNER Margit (1954 - )

    Margit Artner graphic artist. She was born January 16ht 1954 in Budapest. She started studying art at College of Fine – and Applied Arts, and graduated in 1972 in goldsmith specializaton. Since that, her illustrations appear in several presses and books. Her first exhibition was held in Csepel Gallery in 1982. After that she appeared in several exhibitions of hight standard. She regularly takes... more »

  • BÁLINT Endre

    BÁLINT Endre (1914 - 1986)

    Endre Bálint painter and graphic artist. He was born in Budapest on 27th October 1914. At the beginings he studied at the Academy of Applied Arts, where he learned graphics, later he studied painting from János Vaszary and Vilmos Aba-Novák. Between 1937-1940 he visited regularly the artcolony of Szentendre. His first exhibition was hold in the Gallery Tamás in 1938. Since 1945 he worked as one of... more »

  • BALLA Margit

    BALLA Margit (1947 - )

    1969-1974 Typographic art studies at the Hungarian Academy of Applied Arts. Her masters were: István Balogh, József Finta, Gyögy Konecsni. 1979 The Award of the Small Graphic Bienale in Tihany, Studio Prize in Pécs, 1980 The Best Placard of the Year, Hungarian National Gallery Budapest. 1982 Scholarship at the Colony of Artist in Worpwede. 1984 She worked at the Hungarian Academy in Rome. From... more »

  • BANGA Ferenc (1947 - )

    Ferenc Banga graphic artist. He was born in Budapest on 20th July 1947. He studied at the Free School of Fine Arts. His masters were György Zilahy and Endre Tamás. SInce 1974 to 1976 he got the Derkovits-scholarship. He worked as the head of the Újpest Gallery between 1968 and 1989. In 1987 he got the scholarship of the Roman Hungarian Academy. Solo exhibitions by his works were shown in... more »

  • BENKŐ Viktor (1950 - )

    Viktor Benkő painter. He was born in Budapest 21th May 1950. Originally he studied to be an architect, and then he studied at the Juhász Gyula Teachers College. At the begining of his artistic career he published take-offs, and since 1975 he made graphics and paintings. Solo exhibitions of his works were organised several times in the Hugnarian Architect Society and in art galleries in tthe... more »

  • BERKI Viola

    BERKI Viola (1950 - 2001)

    VIola Berki painter. She was born in Kiskunhalas on 5th May 1932. She studied at the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts, her maser was Géza Fónyi. Since 1961 for two years she worked at Dezső Kornis's alteriel. She travelled to Russia several times. This fact, and the meeting with the artist of the art colony of Szentendre made a greate impression on her.  Next to painting she also made echings and... more »

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