George Huszar

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George Cristian Huszar
George Huszar at work with the Reverse painting on glass process
Born George Cristian Huszar
1981 (1981)
Bucharest, Romania
Nationality Romanian
Education Iconography Icon (Tempera Reverse Painting on Glass); Fine Murals graphic artist,
Known for Iconographer, Painter; Gilder; Computer Graphics 2D & 3D art
Movement Romanian icons; Iconography

George Cristian Huszar (born 1981 in Bucharest, Romania) is an artist. Stylistically, he creates traditional Romanian icons on glass. He paints with traditional tempera technique using eggs as an emulsion.[1] The details are done by hand. Huszar started artistry around five years of age.[1] He lives near Washington, D.C..[1]


  • National Romanian Society for Religious Art (Romanian Patriarchy); Bucharest, Romania 1993, 1994, 1995
  • The Art and History Museum; Bucharest, Romania 1993
  • Museum of Romanian Folk Art; Bucharest, Romania 2004
  • The Palace of the Parliament 1999
  • Romanian Embassy, Washington D.C., USA 2007
  • various world Embassies

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  1. ^ a b c Ursulean, Vlad (July 22, 2009), ""Copilul-minune" al picturii romanesti face icoane pe sticla la Washington", RomaniaLiberia (in Romanian), retrieved January 19, 2010 

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