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Following please find a selection of our range of artpieces.
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János Percz (1920-2000)
Two figures, 1970s
bronze
68.5 x 25.5 x 29.5 cm
New acquisition

 

Géza Csorba (1892-1974)
Ady Endre's Thomb, 1930
plaster
h: 38 cm
New acquisition

 

Female Figure
1953
hardwood
Signed: HJM
New acquisition

 

Sabatino de Angelis (1838- ?)
The Young Bacchus, around 1887
patinated bronze
h: 65 cm
New acquisition

 

Gergely Boldizsár (1984-)
„Save me!”, 2007
patinated ceramic
96 x 60 x 77 cm
New acquisition

 

Edmund Reitter (1904-2005)
Woman with a mirror
patinated cast stone
m: 76 cm

 

Pierre Jules Méne (1810-1879)
Piglet family
Patinated bronze
6 x 9 x 5.5 cm

 

Sándor Mikus (1903-1982)
Horsback riding boy
bronze
33.5 x 37 x 11.5 cm

 

Zsolt Karacsony (1965-)
Rebirth, 2013
Tarnished cast stone
34 x 38.5 x 100 cm

 

Zsolt Karacsony (1965-)
Bird, 2013
Bronze
19 x 32 cm

 

Zsolt Karacsony (1965-)
Composition, 2013
Bronze
11 x 10 x 31.5 cm

 

Karoly Cser (1880-1965)
Dancing Couple, 1930s
Terracotta
Illustrated in: Vadas Jozsef: The Hungarian Art Deco, p.43.
40 x 32 x 11 cm

 

William Clark Noble (1858-1938)
General George Washington
bronze
39.5 x 13 x 52 cm

 

Edmund Reitter (1904-2005)
Three Figures
patinated cast stone
h: 78 cm

 

Edmund Reitter (1904-2005)
Female Figure I.
patinated cast stone
h: 52.5 cm
SOLD

 

Edmund Reitter (1904-2005)
Female Figure II.
patinated cast stone
h: 99.5 cm

 

Janos Schrotta (1898-1979)
Torso, 1939
modell for the bronze version
72 x 23 x 19 cm
The marble and stone versions belong to the collection of the Hungarian National Gallery

 

Head II.
Hungary, between 1950-1960
Red Stone
35 x 23 cm

 

Gyula Hincz (1904-1986)
Happiness-Sorrow's face, circa 1960-62
ceramic
44 x 31 cm

 

'The European Crystal Cow'
Designed by Manooi, Judit Zoltai and Janos Heder, Budapest, 2007
Technique: painted fiberglass, 14.000 Swarovski crystals, lights
h: 155 cm, w: 82 cm, l: 230 cm

 

Pal Paczay (1896-1979)
Redesigned by Ernst Gallery and Gabor Szabo
Lenin, 1950 / 2009
Modell for the bronze version, which is in the Hungarian National Gallery
76 x 81 x 43 cm