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Ferenc Eisenhut (1857-1903), "Oriental Village", watercolor, 1890 400 EUR - 50% DISCOUNT = 200,00 EUR
Ferenc Eisenhut (1857-1903), "Oriental Village", watercolor, 1890
400 EUR - 50% DISCOUNT = 200,00 EUR
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Ferenc Eisenhut (1857 Backa-Polanka/Yugoslavia - 1903 Munich) was a world-famous orientalist painter of the late 19th century. He studied at the Budapest School of Applied Arts under Bertalan Szekely and Janos Greguss, in 1877-1884 continued his education at the Munich Academy under Gyula Benczur, Ludwig von Loeffitz, Otto Seitz and Wilhelm von Diez. Member of Munich Artists' Society, after 1892 he joined the "Luitpold-Group". From 1883 on Eisenhut turned to orientalist paintings. In 1884 he made a trip to Caucasus region, inspired by one of his classmates Franz Roubaud, who came from Odessa, and to Central Asia. From 1884 on he regularly participated in exhibitons in Budapest, Munich and Vienna. In 1894 he undertook a journey to Egypt. Eisenhut repeatedly visited his home in Yugoslavia and adjoining Bosnia, Croatia, etc. His works can be seen in the National Gallery Budapest and in other major museums worldwide.
Condition: In good overall condition, unframed.
Creation Year: 1890
Object Type: Unframed watercolour
Style: Orientalist paintings
Technique: watercolor on cardboard
Inscription: signed, dated (18)90
Creator: Ferenc Eisenhut
Creator Dates: 1857-1903
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