Lőrinc Csallóközi Farkas
Peasant Landscape, circa 1950
oil on canvas
24" x 32"
Born in Hungary in 1898 Lőrinc Csallóközi Farkas studied at the Budapest Academy of Fine Arts, the Baia Mare and at the famed Kecskemét artists' colony under master painters Ferenczy, Zemplényi Theodore and Imre Revesz. His works has been widely exhibited since 1918 and was often included in exhibitions held at the National Art Gallery and his work can be found in the collections of state and capital, as well as the National Art Gallery and the Germanic Museum in Nuremberg.
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