The captivating works of János Vaszary, one of the most outstanding figures of Hungarian fine art, can be viewed in the National Gallery until next January. More than 70 paintings will be presented at the exhibition, and 24 of them were completely unknown until now, both to the profession and the public. You will see an extremely diverse palette, as you will find gems from any era, from the early impressionist period to expressive compositions, from the Parisian art deco style to the Danube Korzó pictures and beach scenes with a Mediterranean atmosphere.
János Vaszary (1867–1939) is one of the most versatile figures of 20th century Hungarian art. At the end of the 1890s, he was one of the first Hungarian representatives of Art Nouveau, later he also created in the style of Impressionism, Expressionism, and Art Deco. His art was already highly appreciated by his contemporaries, critics and art historians. The colorfulness of his pictures, the confidence and power of his formation, and his great, synthetic vision of form made him one of the most influential masters of his time, both as an artist and as a teacher.
Location: Hungarian National Gallery
Date: September 14-January 15
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