Merse, Pal Szinyei

Hungarian Painter, 1845-1920 was a Hungarian painter and politician. Born in Szinye??jfalu, Hungary (today Chminianska Nov?? Ves, Slovakia), he learned painting at the Academy of Fine Arts, Munich under Karl von Piloty. He was a friend of Wilhelm Leibl and Hans Makart. His are some of the earliest works of Impressionism in Hungary and Central Europe. At the 1873 World's Fair in Vienna he won a medal with his painting Bath House. Szinyei was also an active politician. He was elected to the parliament of Hungary where he fought for the modernization of art education. He died in February 2, 1920, just four month and two days before the Trianon treaty, in Jarovnice

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Merse, Pal Szinyei The Swing oil painting


The Swing
Painting ID::  19401
Artist: Merse, Pal Szinyei
Painting: The Swing
Introduction: 1869 Oil on canvas The Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest.
   
   
     

Merse, Pal Szinyei Picnic in May oil painting


Picnic in May
Painting ID::  19402
Artist: Merse, Pal Szinyei
Painting: Picnic in May
Introduction: 1873 Oil on canvas The Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest.
   
   
     

Merse, Pal Szinyei The Balloon oil painting


The Balloon
Painting ID::  19403
Artist: Merse, Pal Szinyei
Painting: The Balloon
Introduction: 1878 Oil on canvas The Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest.
   
   
     

Merse, Pal Szinyei A Field of Poppies oil painting


A Field of Poppies
Painting ID::  54365
Artist: Merse, Pal Szinyei
Painting: A Field of Poppies
Introduction: mk235 1902 Oil on canvas 88.5x79.7cm
   
   
     

Merse, Pal Szinyei The Balloon oil painting


The Balloon
Painting ID::  54386
Artist: Merse, Pal Szinyei
Painting: The Balloon
Introduction: mk235 1878 Oil on canvas 41.5x39cm
   
   
     

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     Hungarian Painter, 1845-1920 was a Hungarian painter and politician. Born in Szinye??jfalu, Hungary (today Chminianska Nov?? Ves, Slovakia), he learned painting at the Academy of Fine Arts, Munich under Karl von Piloty. He was a friend of Wilhelm Leibl and Hans Makart. His are some of the earliest works of Impressionism in Hungary and Central Europe. At the 1873 World's Fair in Vienna he won a medal with his painting Bath House. Szinyei was also an active politician. He was elected to the parliament of Hungary where he fought for the modernization of art education. He died in February 2, 1920, just four month and two days before the Trianon treaty, in Jarovnice