Pekáry, István Budapest, 1905 - 1981, Budapest
This intentional primitiveness, however, comes fromhis exploration of the roots of folk art, not merely from the superficial effect of folklore.
The charming accidental moments and "clumsy" forms are enlivended by an instinctive, almost crude use of colours typical of egg-shell painting.
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