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ISTVAN SZONYI (1894/1960), UNGARIAN PAINTER

ISTVAN SZONYI 1/3 – He was an outstanding figure of 20th-century Hungarian painting. He was born to German-born Catholic parents in Újpest in 1894 and studied painting with Hungarian painters Ferenczy and Réti. During his early trips to Europe (Vienna and Berlin), he met great classmasters. His post-Impressionist paintings have enhanced and embellished the magical landscape. Https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b0III74ZEy4 His first paintings ...

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HUNGARIAN CREATIVE JOURNEY THROUGH PICTURES

The intellectual property of the images that appear in this blog correspond to their authors. The sole purpose of this site, is to spread the knowledge of these artists and that other people enjoy their works.

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THROUGH NATURE AND ART / CROATIA ROAD TRIP ITINERARY

Croatia is an emerging tourist destination, country, which includes over thousand islands, 8 national parks, 11 natural parks and seven world heritage sites. Http://croatia.hr/en-GB What we suggest is to do a special “Author’s Travel” surrounded virtually with four Croatian artists. The charm of Zlatko Prica‘s paintings, a musical selection by Arsen Dedić, together with the poems of Dobrisa Cesaric and ...

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OH YOUTH – Arsen Dedić

Arsen Dedić is a singer-songwriter, one of the most prominent from Dalmatia. He was also an award-winning poet and was one of the best-selling poets of former Yugoslavia. He wrote and performed chansons, composes ballet music as well as film music and soundtracks. He recorded dozens of albums and hundreds of songs, he attended various festivals, also abroad. His father ...

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IN THE JAWS OF LIFE – Romance, by Dubravka Ugresic

The author plays with the characters of her tales, distributing roles over a narrative stage, which is full of brilliant parody. The novel “In the Jaws of Life” it’s a patchwork novel. There are symbols and the novel begins with a “Paper Pattern” rather than a Table of Contents, showing how the text will unfold. What saves this postmodern novel ...

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ONE NIGHT – Dobriša Cesarić

  He wrote no more than about one hundred poems in just over half a century (most of which fit on a single page). Dobriša Cesarić was a Croatian poet and translator, born in Požega. He was the founder of modern Croatian poetry. He spent his childhood in Osijek. In the midst of World War I, he moved to Zagreb, ...

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ZLATKO PRICA (1916/2003), CROATIAN PAINTER

ZLATKO PRICA 1/3 – He loved to draw figures and scenes, crystallizing in his precious chromatic contrasts. What he painted was functional to color, synthesizing his exquisite landscapes. In the 1960s, he approached abstractism, no longer captivated by the geometries of the realism of the origins and each painting is governed by the vital energy of colors. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1t8CuoDAYHY ZLATKO PRICA ...

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CROATIAN CREATIVE JOURNEY

The intellectual property of the images that appear in this blog correspond to their authors. The sole purpose of this site, is to spread the knowledge of these artists and that other people enjoy their works.

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AUTHOR’S TRAVEL / GREECE AND GREEK ISLAND

Scheduling a tour is the most convenient way to explore places in Greece. Most visits are organized in Athens and Mykonos, Corfu and Crete. These tours include sightseeing, picturesque places and museums. Our suggestion is to create your own Greek Author’s Travel, which include the knowledge of painter Nikiphoros Lytras, reading a novel by Margarita Karapanu, delightful Poetic collection by ...

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I WANT YOU TO FEEL ME – Nikos Vertis

Born in the Netherlands in 1976, this Greek composer has already released five albums. He and his family moved to Thessaloniki (Greece), where at the age seven he began playing buzuki. NIKOS VERTIS had started singing in the small clubs of Thessaloniki and other places in Macedonia. Https://www.facebook.com/NikosVertisOfficial/ In 2003 he released his debut album (Become a Quick Night). In ...

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