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r i u artisti 800 900

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György Domokos

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Transcript of r i u artisti 800 900

Rapporti italo-ungheresi nel campo dell'arte
'800 - '900
István Ferenczy
1792-1856

viaggio a Roma
a piedi: 1808

bottega del Thorvaldsen

statuetta del Leonardo

Tivadar Csontváry Kosztka
(1853-1919)

vocazione pittorica: "sarai maggiore di Raffaello"

Viaggi in Italia:
piuttosto la natura e non la classicita'

Paolo e Francesca
1903


Giacomo Antonio Marastoni
(1804 – 1860)


pittore di ritratti
litografo
fondatore della Prima Accademia
Pittorica Ungherese (1846)

Miklós Barabás
(1810-1898)

Lago Maggiore (1834)
Károly Markó
(1793-1860)
pittore di paesaggi
di fama europea
vive dal 1832 in Italia (Toscana)

Paesaggio vicino
a Tivoli, 1846
Károly Ferenczy
(1862-1917)

fondatore della "dinastia artistica"
Ferenczy

1884 viaggio a Roma

1886 studi all'Accademia di Napoli
grandi assenze:
Munkácsy
Rippl-Rónay
Paál
Kassák
Uitz
Róma-villa
La "scuola romana"
Vilmos Aba-Novák
(1894-1941)
Pál Molnár C.
(1894-1981)
István Szőnyi
(1894-1960)
Károly Patkó
(1895-1941)
Pál Pátzay
(1896-1979)
Tibor Gerevich
(1882-1954)

Lajos Gulácsy
(1882-1932)

tanti viaggi in Italia
preraffaeliti, Medio Evo
grazie dell'attenzione...
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