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Painting ID::  95643
Gypsy Girls by the Banks of Lapos
Date 1909(1909) Medium oil on canvas Dimensions Height: 115 cm (45.3 in). Width: 115 cm (45.3 in).

Bela Ivanyi-Grunwald Gypsy Girls by the Banks of Lapos oil painting reproduction


   
 

 

 
   
      

Bela Ivanyi-Grunwald
(6 May 1867 - 24 September 1940) was a Hungarian painter, a leading member of the Nagybenya artists' colony and founder of the Kecskemet artists' colony. Born in Som, Ivenyi-Grenwald began his artistic studies under Bertalan Szekely and Keroly Lotz at the Academy of Fine Arts in Budapest (1882-86) and continued them at Munich in 1886-87 and at the Academie Julian in Paris from 1887 to 1890. From 1891 he again worked in Munich; in 1894 he travelled with Ferenc Eisenhut to Egypt, where he painted several oriental-themed works. Beginning in 1889 he had regular exhibitions at the Palace of Art in Budapest. Characteristic of his early pictures is A Hader kardja ("The Warrior's Sword", 1890), a proto-Symbolist treatment of rural genre showing the influence of Jules Bastien-Lepage. After his return to Munich, Ivenyi-Grenwald painted a large-scale genre painting entitled Nihilistek sorsot heznak ("Nihilists Drawing Lots", 1893), a work as notable for its dramatic use of chiaroscuro as for its deeply felt subject-matter. In response to a state commission for the 1896 Millennium Exhibition in Budapest he produced an enormous academic history painting.
Gypsy Girls by the Banks of Lapos
Date 1909(1909) Medium oil on canvas Dimensions Height: 115 cm (45.3 in). Width: 115 cm (45.3 in).

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