Veszelszky, Béla Budapest, 1905 - 1977, Budapest
Studied at the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts between 1924 and 1929. In the twenties he came into contact with Ferenc Kepes, the leader of the Hungarian Gnostic circle, and the Munka (Work) circle of Kassák. He visited Vienna in 1930 and travelled to Berlin in 1932. After the Second World War he did not pick up the brush for a long time, and thouh he re-continued work in 1953, he could live exclusively for his work only after 1956. His painting techniques was formed rather early, but his point techniques has nothing to do with pointillism or divisionism, its intellectual roots are hidden in neo-gnosticism. He worked in absolute isolation, his significance was only recognised when his collected works were put on show posthumously. Bibliography: ANDRÁSI, Gábor: Veszelszky Béla (Új Művészet Könyvek, 3), Budapest, Új Művészet Alapítvány.
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