László Fehér

(1953 Tác, Hungary)

László Fehér is among the most important Hungarian painters and visual artists, a prominent figure of the Hungarian contemporary art scene.  His iconic individual is well known and cannot be confused with anybody else’s: merging forms, figuration and abstraction, dynamic composition, few colours and balance of forms and details. The great majority of his paintings is inspired by his own life, reflecting on social themes, full of truth and freedom. Lásló Fehér was born in Székesfehérvár, Hungary, on 17 March 1953. He is a graduate of the Academy of Fine Arts, and a recipient of many international awards and fellowships. In 2007 he was appointed the Ambassador of Hungarian Culture. He lives and works in Budapest and Tác, Hungary.

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100 cm

pencil, gouache on paper (105cm x 75cm)

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WORKS IN PUBLIC COLLECTIONS

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Underpass II. 1978.

oil on fiberboard

241cmx170cm

Exhibited in the Hungarian National Gallery,

Building "D", floor III.

Hungarian National Gallery

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Looking into the Well 1989

oil on canvas

250cmx180cm

Exhibited in the Hungarian National Gallery,

Building "D", floor III.

Hungarian National Gallery

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Fountain 1989.

oil on canvas

180cmx250cm

Exhibited in the Olomouc Museum of Art