Gyula Benczúr

1844-1920 Hungary

 

Brief Biography-Gyula Benczúr was a disciple of Hermann Anschütz professor at the Royal Academy of Arts Munich. He was commissioned by King Ludwig II to do paintings in Rocco style. In 1876, he became professor at the Royal Academy of Arts, and in 1883 he was professor of the Masters' School of Painting in Hungary. The nobility of Hungary favoured him as a portraitist. Some aspects of his work were influenced by Rubens.

 

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Arrestation of
Ferenc Rakoczi

Arrestation of Ferenc Rakoczi two

Count Gyula
Andrassy

Count Gyula Andrassy

Lajos XVI and
his Family -

Lajos XVI and his Family

Laszlo Hunyadi's
Farewell

Laszlo Hunyadi-s Farewell


Bacchant

Bacchant

Reading
Woman

Reading Woman in the Woods


Cleopatra

Recapture
of Castle

The Recapture of Buda Castle

Queen
Elizabeth

Queen Elizabeth

Louis
XV

Louis XV And Madame Dubarry

A Noble
Outfit

Portrait of a Noble Outfit


Narcissus

Narcissus

All My
Children

All My Children

baptism
of vajk

baptism of vajk