Bálint, Endre Budapest, 1914 - 1986, Budapest
Trained at the School of Applied Arts between 1930 and 1934, went on to study in János Vaszary's private school and became a pupil of Vilmos Aba-Novák. A meeting and deepening friendship with Lajos Vajda turned him from advertisement graphics to painting. From 1936 he was one of the circle of young artists that gathered around Dezső Korniss and Vajda to work in Szentendre. He became a founding member of the European School in 1945. As a participant in the *** second surrealist exhibition he visited Paris in 1947; he later spent four years in Paris from 1957. For the Jerusalem Bible, published by Edition Labergerie in 1958, he made over a thousand illustrations. Similarly to his art-critic father, Aladár Bálint, he published profusely; his articles are important documentation of his age, his memoirs are of high literary value.
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