Artists

  • RABÓCZKY Judit (1979 - )

    Judit Rita Rabóczky sculptor. She was born in Eger, 20th September, 1979. She studied at the Eszterházy Károly College and then at the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts. Her masters were Péter Földi, Ágoston Pusztai, Zoltán Karmó and Pál Kő. In 2005 and 2006 with scolarship she studied in Italy. She regularly takes part in groupal exhibitions. Several solo appearances were shown in Budapest, and she... more »

  • REICH Károly (1922 - 1988)

    Károly Reich graphic artist. He was born in Balatonszemes on 8th August 1922. He studied at the Hungarian Academy of Applied Arts and in the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts . His masters were Jenő Haranghy, György Konencsy and Gyula Hincz. He created posters and he made illustrations. He regularly took part and got priced in Hungarian and international biennales. Next to several Hungarian... more »

  • RÉKASSY Csaba (1937 - 1989)

    Csaba Rékassy painter and graphic artist. He was born in Budapest on 24th April in 1937. He studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Budapest. His master was György Kádár. His beloved technics were woodcut, copperplate, and he also made ceramics. He created many book illustrations. He regularly took part in graphical biennales.  In 1972 he was awarded with Munkácsy-Mihály price, in 1985 he became... more »

  • RÉSZEGH Botond (1977 - )

    Botond Régszeg graphic artist. He was born in Csíkszereda on 1th July 1977. Between 1996 and 2002 he studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Bukarest, on graphic specialisation, and between 2004 and 2008 he studied at the Hunarian Academy of Fine Arts. His masters were Dumitrescu Mircia and Róbert Kőnig. His first solo exhibition was held in Bukarint in 2001, later many exhibitions by him were... more »

  • RIPPL-RÓNAI József (1861 - 1927)

    József Rippl-Rónai painter. He was born in Kaposvár, on 23th May, 1861.He studied at the Art Academy of Munich and in Paris from Mihály Munkácsy. After he moved home, he established with others the MIÉNK group. Next to paint he also created glass windows. Art history treat him as one of the most significant delegate of hungarian postimpressionist movements. He died in 25th November 1927 in... more »