Vagh-Weinmann Nandor, 1897 – 1978

French and Hungarian Painter. Born in Budapest. In 1912 - 1920 he studied at the Budapest Academy of Arts. Early works are associated with the Carpathians, where he lived after graduation from the Academy of Arts. In 1931 moved to France. He traveled a lot around the country and worked in the open air. In 1949 - 1951 he devoted himself to studyi...

French and Hungarian Painter. Born in Budapest. In 1912 - 1920 he studied at the Budapest Academy of Arts. Early works are associated with the Carpathians, where he lived after graduation from the Academy of Arts. In 1931 moved to France. He traveled a lot around the country and worked in the open air. In 1949 - 1951 he devoted himself to studying the Bible, made a series of paintings on religious subjects. He lived in a Basque settlement Urrugne (south-western France), where he opened an art school. Author of landscapes, still-life paintings, portraits and genre compositions. One of the streets of Urrugne commune is named after the painter. His works are presented at museums of Paris, Agen, Marseille, Annecy, as well as at Art Museums of Spain, Switzerland, the USA and Egypt.

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