Bossányi, Ervin 1891 - 1975
A pupil of Ignác Ujváry at the Budapest School of Applied Arts between 1905 and 1910, where he made the acquaintance of Imre Szobotka, with whom he took a study trip to Italy in 1907. He won a three-year scholarship to study abroad in 1910, which enabled him to stay in Paris, London and Rome. He arrived in Paris together with Szobotka. He worked in József Csáky's studio and studied at the Julian Academy to begin with. He exhibited the works he completed under a visible Hindu influence at the Salon des Independants on various occasions. He continued his studies in London in 1911. He was interned in France together with Szobotka during the First World War. In 1919 he moved to Lubeck, making glass windows and frescos besides painting. He lived in Hamburg between 1929 and 1934, and moved to London in 1934.
Bibliography: Bossányi Ervin (1891-1975) emlékkiállítása, exhibition cat., introductory essay by Dr. SOLYMOS, Ede, Budapest, Magyar Nemzeti Galéria, 1980.
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