OIL ON PANEL, SIGNED
29 X 21.5 INCHES
Armand Schönberger studied in Budapest, Munich and Nagybanya. He was a founder member of the KUT movement. Schönberger's painting is characterised by rigorously harmonised muted tones, and is reminiscent of Cézanne's early period.
Work by him was exhibited at the Belvedere in Vienna (1927); at the Tamas Gallery in Budapest (1930); at the Mücsarnok in Budapest (1958); and at the exhibition Beöthy and the Hungarian Avant-Garde (Beöthy et l'avant-garde hongroise) at the Galerie Franka Berndt, Paris (1985-1986).
There was a retrospective of his work in 1972 in Budapest.