Lajos Gulácsy

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Gulácsy, Lajos
Gulácsy, Lajos - Self-portrait with Hat (1908-12).jpg
Self portrait with hat
Born Gulácsy, Lajos
1882
Budapest
Died 1932
Budapest

Lajos Gulácsy (Budapest, 1882 - Budapest, 1932) was a Hungarian painter with works collected by the Hungarian National Gallery. Heavily influenced by the Pre-Raphaelites, his rather dreamlike work is associated with Art Nouveau and Symbolism, but can also be considered a prelude to Surrealism.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Hungarian Art Nouveau (exhibition catalogue), 1979, Gyöngyi ÉRI, Hungarian National Gallery, The Art Institute of Chicago, published by MAGYAR HIRDETŐ, Budapest
  • Cyclopaedia of Hungarian Painters and Graphic Artists. 212.
  • Art Encyclopedia. II/306.
  • Benezit Dictionary of Artists. 5/309. 2013-01-09.
  • Vollmer encyclopedia. 2/337. 2013-01-09.