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Rippl-Ronai, Jozsef (1861-1927) - 1894 Cemetery in the Great Plain (Private Collection)    Oil on canvas; 58 x 81.5 cm.    József Rippl-Rónai was a Hungarian painter. He was born in Kaposvár. After his studies at the High School there, he went to study in Budapest, where he obtained a degree in pharmacology

József Rippl-Rónai (Hungarian, Cemetery in the Great Plain, 1894 Oil on canvas

Two guys play Hungarian Rhapsody 2 with their feet on the FAO Schwarz Piano--short and fun video!

Two guys play Hungarian Rhapsody 2 with their feet on the FAO Schwarz Piano--short and fun video! This would be perfect to use for a minute warning" for students to clean up, get to their seats, etc.

Rippl-Rónai József - Anella virágot tart, 1911

Judit Virág Gallery and Auction House is specialised in Hungarian paintings from the centuries, Art-Nouveau Zsolnay ceramics.

A great video explaining the Hungarian language in English

A great video explaining the Hungarian language in English - Daily News Hungary

Andrei Ryabushkin, "Terka Linzer" (1923)

1923 Jozsef Rippl-Ronai (Hungarian artist, Terka Linzer It's About Time: A Rippl-Ronai

The Woodcutter    Date: c. 1945  Artist: Robert Gwathmey American, 1903 - 1988     Medium: Oil on canvas

The Woodcutter Date: c. 1945 Artist: Robert Gwathmey American, 1903 - 1988 Medium: Oil on canvas

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Refugee Child: My Memories of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution: Part memoir, part history, this compelling and inspiring book is a detailed look at the 1956 Hungarian Revolution through the eyes of a nine year old refugee girl.

József Rippl-Rónai (Hungarian, 1861–1927): title unknown [Women in Painting]; oil on canvas.

▴ Artistic Accessories ▴ clothes, jewelry, hats in art - József Rippl-Rónai

Amiet, Cuno (1868-1961) - 1912 Fruit Harvest I  Oil on Canvas; 126 x 121 cm  Cuno Amiet was a Swiss painter, illustrator, graphic artist and sculptor. As the first Swiss painter to give precedence to color in composition, he was a pioneer of modern art in Switzerland.

Amiet, Cuno - 1912 Fruit Harvest I Oil on Canvas; 126 x 121 cm Cuno Amiet was a Swiss painter, illustrator, graphic artist and sculptor. As the first Swiss painter to give precedence to color in composition, he was a pioneer of modern art in Switzerland.

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