(1883 - 1951)
Jozsef Egry was active/lived in Hungary. Jozsef Egry is known for expressionist, abstract rural scene, figure and genre painting.
In the Mirror (Self-Portrait)
Biography Jozsef Egry
József Egry, Hungarian form Egry József (born March 15, 1883, Zalaújlak, Hung.—died June 19, 1951, Badacsonytomaj), Hungarian painter and graphic artist. Egry primarily painted landscapes, and his style emphasized a close study and rendering of the effects of light.
Egry studied painting in Munich (1904) and Paris (1906) and then at the Mintarajziskola (School of Drawing) in Budapest from 1906 to 1908. In 1912 he traveled to Belgium, where he became acquainted with and adopted the disciplined approach of Jean-François Millet and Constantin Meunier.
After returning to Hungary, he settled in a hillside village on Lake Balaton that became his permanent home and the inspiration for much of his work.
He avoided the Impress
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