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Tibor Boromisza

(1880 -  1960 )
BOROMISZA Tibor Pastieri Oviec

Nov 11, 2014
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Extracted between 42 works in the catalog of Arcadja
Tibor Boromisza - Gésák A Balaton Partján

Tibor Boromisza - Gésák A Balaton Partján

Original 1922

Price: Not disclosed
Lot number: 27
Tétel 27:

Boromisza Tibor (1880-1960):
Gésák a Balaton partján

akvarell, tempera, papír
10 x 29,5 cm

Boromisza Tibor 1922 III.

kikiáltási ár:
90 000 HUF

aukció időpontja:
2011.07.16. szombat 20:00 CEST

aukció helyszíne:
Vaszary Villa (8230 Balatonfüred, Honvéd u. 30)
Tibor Boromisza - Nagybánya In Winter

Tibor Boromisza - Nagybánya In Winter

Original 1911

Price: Not disclosed
Lot number: 188
signed on the verso: Boromisza Tibor Nb 1911
Bibliography: Jurecskó László: Boromisza Tibor. Miskolc, 1996.
Hungarian Fauvist Painters from Paris to Nagybánya 1904-1914. Ed:
Passuth, Krisztina, Szücs, György. Budapest, 2006.
on the verso: the artst's handwriting: ?Sebestyén Jóskának Bp. 1914
jan 30. Boromisza Tibor?
Published: Modern Hungarian Painting 1892 - 1919, ed. Kieselbach
Tamás, Budapest, 2003. image no. 589.
Tibor Boromisza - Lady, On A Sunlit Bench, About 1908-1909

Tibor Boromisza - Lady, On A Sunlit Bench, About 1908-1909

Original 1908

Price: Not disclosed
Lot number: 103
not signed
Tibor Boromisza had an inquiring mind; his oeuvre always reflected
renewing ideas and ideals. His first steps into a professional
career were initially inspired by the then contemporary works of
art found in Paris and Nagybánya, but after World War I he began to
look for the 'big theme'. His aim was to create a
characteristically Hungarian painting and for this aim he ranged
the whole country. He lived at lake Balaton, in Göcsej, in
Szentendre and on the Hortobágy. He always concentrated on the most
relevant problems and his exhibitions always presented his newest
works. Though he spent most of his time in Hungary, many of his
pictures show the influence of French painting. He held that plain
air was as an important step in the history of painting as steam
engine or electricity in technological development; he stressed the
importance of representing little, intimate things surrounding
people instead of huge canvases with the pictures of battles of
historical events.
The picture under discussion shows this French influence as well;
this is one of the most outstanding works of Hungarian
Neo-impressionism. Boromisza, being a good plain air painter,
insisted on the representation of scenery and nature, though the
style, the free forming of colors and lines were more important
than anything else for him. His ideal was an art that springs from
naturalism and ends in style. In 1906 he visited Béla Czóbel's
exhibition that was presenting fauve-like pictures in Nagybánya. He
is likely to have met the works of the great French artist only in
the following year. A year later he painted as high a standard
Post-impressionist pictures as Csaba Vilmos Perlott or Géza
Bornemisza, who both were Matisse's students.
As Boromisza's Bathers can be compared to one of Matisse's early
works from 1904, titled Bliss-Pomp-Silence, it may be also possible
to mention two other pictures by Matisse when discussing Woman
Sitting on a Bench. One is the Lady with Hat and the other is the
portrait of Madame Matisse, which became well-known under the title
The Green Line. Boromisza also painted his wife in the picture; the
hat painted with bright colors and the green accidental lights put
on the woman's face evoke Matisse's work as well. Though
Boromisza's colors are less harsh, the decorative and stylized
effects are very strong. He made the bench, the ground and the
arbour a decorative background by applying paint staples that was
so characteristic of him at that time. The figure of the woman is
accentuated by fine blue contours. All these elements evoke not
only the pictures of the Fauves but also that of the French
Tibor Boromisza - Domboldali Fák

Tibor Boromisza - Domboldali Fák

Original -

Price: Not disclosed
Lot number: 104
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