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Romek Árpád (Budapest 1883 - Budapest 1960)
Romek Árpád was a Hungarian born still life painter who worked in a naturalistic representational style in oil. Born in Budapest, he studied at the Academy of Fine Arts (of Budapest) under Ede Ballo and Laszlo Hegedus. After school he was awarded a scholarship to study at Szolnok. His work is usually characterized as realistic and contains kitchenware, fruit, glasses, and books on table tops.
Information courtesy of Bill Indursky