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Angyal Gejza

*24 December 1888, Kremnica – †23 September 1956, Kremnica

- Hungarian painter and graphic designer, significant representative of art nouveau expressionism. He studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Budapest and at the Painting school of S. Hollósy in Munich. Into the history of Slovak fine arts he entered firstly as a naturalist graphic designer. His painting art developed from “luminizmus” and art nouveau impression of Nagybán style through Munkácsy social captivation, recovery of example of naturalism of Coubert and Meunier, to strange design of Cézanne. Qualitative balanced painting reached period of maturity in the middle of the twenties in two thematic areas – figural creation capturing the mining work and in stylised landscape painting. In the year 1926 he became a member of Société nationale des Beaux-Arts in Paris. He was a member of the Hungarian society for science, literature and art, the Union of Artists of Slovakia, Bratislava Kunstverein and Košice Kazinczy Company. 
Individually exhibited in Banská Bystrica, Bratislava, Ostrava, exhibition of collected works he had in Bojnice.


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