Bartoniek, Anna 1896 - 1978
She attended the Academy of Fine Arts from 1914 to 1922, intermittently due to the world war and was a pupil of Oszkár Glatz, István Réti and János Vaszary. In 1918 she attended the Independent School of Fine Arts in Budapest as well, and in 1924 she went on study tours to Rome, Venice and Vienna. In 1931 she was one of the founders of the New Group of the Hungarian Association of Women Artists, and became a member of The New Eight group. In the beginning of the thirties she changed over to woodcutting and from then on this genre became exclusive in her oeuvre.
Bibliography: GÁLIG, Zoltán: Három változat az elfelejtésre: Bartoniek Anna, Rauscher György, Schönbauer Henrik. In: Felfedezett és felfedezésre váró életművek. Szombathely, 1998
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