Download e-book for kindle: 150 Masterpieces of Drawing by Anthony Toney

By Anthony Toney

ISBN-10: 0486316920

ISBN-13: 9780486316925

Full-page reproductions of drawings from the early fifteenth century to the top of the 18th century, all superbly reproduced: Rembrandt, Michelangelo, Dürer, Fragonard, Urs Graf, Wouwerman, many others. first-class searching booklet, version publication for artists.

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On account o f the poor state o f Hungar­ ian art it was mostly the works o f Austrian artists that were obtained and sold, foreign pieces were even featured in the repro­ ductions printed for members. Hence the Pest Arts Association was actually enriching the Austrian arts trade. As the program o f national art gained ground, dissatisfaction with the activities o f the Arts Association grew. In 1859 artists and patrons began a debate concerning the creation o f a society o f a different char­ acter with the intention o f promoting Hungarian art.

Artists entered them individually, and their work was judged by a neutral committee o f recognized experts, which also made the decisions concerning government prizes. They were directed by the directors o f the 59 mmm~ m ' Exhibition o f Works o f An put in publicOwnership, W9 Mucsarnok, Elek Petrovics and later Denes Csdnky. The series o f exhibitions left the Mucsarnok in 1938, to be ¡put on in ¡provincial towns as ¡part o f the Weeks o f Culture. It was to be returned to Budapest only in 1944.

13 p. 14 p. 15 p. 16 p. 17 p. 18 p. 19 p. 20 p. 23 p. 24 26 The first dated design o f the Mucsarnok,, Albert Schicleedanz Pen and ink drawing, The Kiscelli Museum o f the Budapest History Museum Architectural builders plan o f the new Mucsarnok, Albert Schickedanz National Archive T7 No 3:23 The front facade o f the Mucsarnok with view o f the six central columns o f the entrance portico, 1896 The Budapest Ervin Szabo City Library Collection The main gate, 1896 The Kiscelli Museum o f the Budapest History Museum Side entrance o f the Mucsarnok, 1896 The Kiscelli Museum o f the Budapest History Museum The side exterior wall o f the Mucsarnok with view o f two pilasters, 1896 The Kiscelli Museum o f the Budapest History Museum Facade window, 1896 The Kiscelli Museum o f the Budapest History Museum Colored painting scheme, 1st version, Albert Schickedanz N ational Archive T7 No 2:10 Colored painting scheme, 2nd version, Albert Schickedanz N ational Archive T7 No 2:9 Wall-papered and wooden panelled exhibition hall in the Mucsarnok, 1919 Photographic History Archive, Hungarian National Museum View o f the facade o f Mucsarnok, 1908 The Kiscelli Museum o f the Budapest History Museum The rebuilt sculpture hall in 1955, Ldszlo Borsos Archive o f the Mucsarnok A ndrea R e g ó s F ir s t d e c a d e s o f t h e M ü c s a r n o k The Hungarian National Fine Arts Society As the Mücsarnok was built at the end o f the last century to be the exhibition venue o f the Hungarian National Fine Arts Society, its history ought to begin with the story o f the Society, founded in 1861 in Pest-Buda.

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