Pál Szinyei Merse

1845-1920-Hungary/Impressionism

 

Brief Biography-Pál Szinyei Merse was one of the best-known Hungarian impressionist painters. He studied under Karl von Piloty at the Munich Academy of Fine Arts and later associated with Arnold Böcklin. From 1882 to 1896, he ceased painting due to criticism and financial reasons. However, when he began painting again, he exhibited throughout Europe and won several awards. Szinyei Merse became Director of the Budapest Academy of Fine Arts and founded the Hungarian Impressionists Society.

 

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Autumnal
Landscape

Autumnal Landscape

Baby
Felix

Baby Felix

Blooming
Apple Trees

Blooming Apple Trees

Chestnut
Tree

Chestnut Tree

Faun
and Nymph

Faun and Nymph

In the
Green Grass

In the Green Grass

Felix
Angling

Felix Angling

Istvan
and Bela

Istvan and Bela

Picnic
in May

Picnic in May

Lady
in Violet

Lady in Violet

Poppies in
the Field

Poppies in the Field

Mother
and Child

Mother and Child


Balloon

Balloon


Brook

Brook


Capri

Capri


Field

Field


Lovers

Lovers


Lark

Lark


Winter

Winter


Paganism

Paganism

Portrait of
Zsigmond Szinyei-

Portrait of Zsigmond Szinyei Merse

Puszta
with Stork

Puszta with Stork

Rozsi Szinyei
Merse

Rozsi Szinyei Merse

Thawing
Snow

Thawing Snow

Zsigmond
Szinyei Merse

Zsigmond Szinyei Merse

Study of a Horse
Chestnut Tree

Study of a Horse Chestnut Tree

The Artist's
Wife

The Artist-s Wife