Artists like Hungarian Jozsef Rippl-Ronai (1861-1927) and Brit Sir George Clausen (1852-1944) are able to penetrate the emotions of a child, with a depth as well as comprehension of the challenges facing the young.
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What would we do about chairs? Or stools? Belgian Leon Spilliaert (1881-1946) and Hungarian Sandor Galimberti (1883-1915) were both artists who featured pieces of furniture in their works of art, realizing how these ordinary objects are so essential to our lives.
Anglo-Hungarian artist Phillip de Laszlo (1869-1937) was, like American master John Singer Sargent (1856-1925), an admired portraitist of the “rich and famous,” particularly royalty as well as the aristocracy including the mother of Queen Elizabeth II. Sometimes Laszlo painted generations of the same family such as the Duchesses of Portland, both the mother-in-law Winifred […]
Little information is available about this portrait by Hungarian artist Jozsef Rippl-Ronai (1861-1927), who spent time in Paris, where he was influenced by avant-garde styles of art. However, it is known that the woman Zorka was a friend and often posed for the artist.
Hungarian artist Jozsef Rippi-Ronai (1861-1927) was influenced by avant-garde artists during his studies in Paris, including the often mysterious and poetic works of the Nabis.