Vilmos Perlrott Csaba
(1880 - 1955)
Vilmos Perlrott Csaba was active/lived in Hungary, France. Vilmos Csaba is known for fauves painting, expressionism, and drawing.
Hungarian painter and draughtsman, Vilmos Csaba began his artistic studies in 1904 at the Nagybnya Colony in a Neo-Impressionist style. In 1905 Perlrott Csaba went to Paris on a scholarship and a year later studied under Matisse; he adopted the Fauvist style and exhibited at the Salon d'Automne (1907 and 1911).
He studied at the School of Industrial Drawing, then at József Koszta, and later in Nagybánya. He attended the Julian Academy, Paris, for some time where his masters were J.P. Laurens and H. Matisse. After his journey Spain in 1911, he returned to Hungary.
?His early works (e.g. Gypsies in the Barn, 1904) reflect the style of the Nagybánya school, while his later works show the influence of Greco, Fauves and Cubi ... Displaying 750 of 1559 characters.