Nemes Lampérth, József Budapest, 1891 - 1924, Sátoraljaújhely
His style was surprisingly mature at a very early age, suggesting a strong artistic personality, even though he only began his studies at the School of Applied Drawing in 1909 before going on to the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts from 1911. He also went to Paris on a study trip in 1913. He tried to overcome the horrors of war by immersing himself in intellectual life. He visited the Sunday Circle, and kept in touch with Arnold Hauser, Simon Meller, György Lukács and Lajos Fülep, making the acquaintance of Kassák. He was actively involved in the events of the Hungarian Soviet Republic together with his friends from the Academy, Béla Uitz and János Kmetty; he went to Berlin after the collapse. He returned to a Hungary in a turbulent condition and was admitted to a mental institution and his pictures from the time reflect the crisis.
Bibliography: Molnár, Zsuzsa: Nemes Lampérth, (A Művészet Kiskönyvtára, 12), Budapest, Corvina, 1967. o Mezei, Ottó: Nemes Lampérth József, Budapest, Corvina, 1984.
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