Mihaly Munkacsy

1844-1900 Hungarian Mihaly Munkacsy Locations Munkacsy started to paint during the years he spent in Arad as a joiner. With the help of partons be studied at the Viennese, Munich and Dusseldorf academies. Munkacsy painted his first major work, the outstanding "The Condemned Cell" in D??sseldorf, in 1872, together with his friend Laszlo Paal, he moved to Paris, where be lived until the end of his life. Munkacsy painted his genres in the style of realism between 1873 and 1875: "Midnight Ramblers", "Farewell". "Churning Woman", "Woman Carryng Brushwood", and "Pawnshop" were the zenith of his career. He married the widow of Baron de Marches in 1874, and his style changed from that time on. Departing from the typical subjects of realism, be produced colourful salon paintings and still-lifes. This was the period when be also turned to ladscape painting; his growing interest is marked by such great paintings as "Dusty Road". "Corn Field", and "Walking in the Woods". The assimilation of Laszlo Paal's style is apparent in the landscapes painted during the 1880s, such as "Avenue" and "The Colpach Park". His realist portraits - e.g. of Franz Liszt and Cardinal Haynald - were also born around this time, together with his religions paintings, such as "Christ in front of Pilate", "Golgotha" and later, "Ecce homo". Towards the end of his career he painted two monumental works: "Hungarian Conquest" for the House of Parliament and a fresco entitled "Apotheosis of Renaissance, for the ceiling Kunsthistoriches. Museum in Vienna.

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Mihaly Munkacsy The Conquest of Hungary oil painting


The Conquest of Hungary
Painting ID::  2776
Artist: Mihaly Munkacsy
Painting: The Conquest of Hungary
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Mihaly Munkacsy The Conquest of Hungary oil painting


The Conquest of Hungary
Painting ID::  2777
Artist: Mihaly Munkacsy
Painting: The Conquest of Hungary
Introduction: 18.07" x 73.03" Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest
   
   
     

Mihaly Munkacsy Baby's Visitors oil painting


Baby's Visitors
Painting ID::  2778
Artist: Mihaly Munkacsy
Painting: Baby's Visitors
Introduction: 1879 Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest
   
   
     

Mihaly Munkacsy Mother and Child oil painting


Mother and Child
Painting ID::  2779
Artist: Mihaly Munkacsy
Painting: Mother and Child
Introduction: 1880 Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest
   
   
     

Mihaly Munkacsy Milton oil painting


Milton
Painting ID::  2780
Artist: Mihaly Munkacsy
Painting: Milton
Introduction: 1878 Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest
   
   
     

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     1844-1900 Hungarian Mihaly Munkacsy Locations Munkacsy started to paint during the years he spent in Arad as a joiner. With the help of partons be studied at the Viennese, Munich and Dusseldorf academies. Munkacsy painted his first major work, the outstanding "The Condemned Cell" in D??sseldorf, in 1872, together with his friend Laszlo Paal, he moved to Paris, where be lived until the end of his life. Munkacsy painted his genres in the style of realism between 1873 and 1875: "Midnight Ramblers", "Farewell". "Churning Woman", "Woman Carryng Brushwood", and "Pawnshop" were the zenith of his career. He married the widow of Baron de Marches in 1874, and his style changed from that time on. Departing from the typical subjects of realism, be produced colourful salon paintings and still-lifes. This was the period when be also turned to ladscape painting; his growing interest is marked by such great paintings as "Dusty Road". "Corn Field", and "Walking in the Woods". The assimilation of Laszlo Paal's style is apparent in the landscapes painted during the 1880s, such as "Avenue" and "The Colpach Park". His realist portraits - e.g. of Franz Liszt and Cardinal Haynald - were also born around this time, together with his religions paintings, such as "Christ in front of Pilate", "Golgotha" and later, "Ecce homo". Towards the end of his career he painted two monumental works: "Hungarian Conquest" for the House of Parliament and a fresco entitled "Apotheosis of Renaissance, for the ceiling Kunsthistoriches. Museum in Vienna.