Woman Playing Cello No 2 (1937). Róbert Berény (Hungarian, Fauvism, 1887-1953). Oil on canvas. After 1934, Berény worked in Zebegény, near the Danube Bend in northern Hungary. He was awarded the Szinnyei Prize in 1936. During the last year of WW II, Berény’s atelier was destroyed, together with many of his works. After the war, under the communist government, he became a teacher in what is now the Hungarian University of Fine Arts in Budapest.