Plány, Ervin Budapest, 1885 - 1916, Budapest
First she studied with István Réti in Paris, and then between 1906 and 1907 in Nagybánya, before taking a study tour of Italy. He worked at the arts and music desk of the newspaper Magyar Nemzet for a short while, and was the secretary of the Ernst Museum for a several months. In an article he wrote in 1906, he was the first to declare the break off of the neos in Nagybánya. He had an exhibition of his collected works in the Artists House in 1909. He joined up when the First World War broke out and received fatal wounds on the front lines. His memorial exhibition was held by the Ernst Museum.
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