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Gyula, Jules Tornai

(1861 -  1928 )
TORNAI Gyula, Jules The Moroccan Bride

Bonhams /Nov 5, 2014
29,671.39 - 44,507.08
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Gyula, Jules Tornai - Portrait Of An Oriental Man

Gyula, Jules Tornai - Portrait Of An Oriental Man

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Lot number: 273
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(8 watching) Gyula Tornai Görgö 1861 - Budapest 1928 Portrait of an Oriental Man Oil/canvas/cardboard, 22 x 13,5 cm, lo. ri. sign. Tornai Gy, framed under glass, uninspected out of frame. Notes: Hungarian orientalist painter. T. studied in Vienna, Munich a. Budapest. He travelled Spain, North Africa, India, China a. Japan.
Gyula, Jules Tornai - Lighting The Sacred Lantern

Gyula, Jules Tornai - Lighting The Sacred Lantern

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Lot number: 171
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Gyula Tornai LIGHTING THE SACRED LANTERN signed TORNAI. GY lower right oil on canvas 90 x 125 cm. (35½ x 49 in.) Provenance Kieselbach Galéria, Budapest Acquired from the above by the present owner in 2003 Exhibited Berlin, Keller und Reiner Kunstsalon, 1907, no. 8666 London, Goupil Gallery, 1907, no. 29 Leipzig, Galerie Pietro del Vecchio, Austellung für Kunst aller Art und Zeit no. 9005 Possibly Budapest, Nemzeti Szalon, Tornai Gyula : gyűjteményes kiállitásának, 1917, no. 111
Gyula, Jules Tornai - Travelling Musicians, Tangier

Gyula, Jules Tornai - Travelling Musicians, Tangier

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Lot number: 60
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Gyula Tornai (Hungarian, 1861-1928) Travelling musicians, Tangier signed, inscribed and dated 'TORNAI GYULA./TANGER 1891' (lower right) oil on canvas 46½ x 73 in. (118.1 x 185.4 cm.) Anonymous sale; Dorotheum, Vienna, 21 March 1972, lot 125. Acquired at the above sale by the father of the present owner. PROPERTY OF AN IMPORTANT VIENNESE COLLECTOR
Gyula, Jules Tornai - The Moroccan Bride

Gyula, Jules Tornai - The Moroccan Bride

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Lot number: 7
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Gyula Tornai (Hungarian, 1861-1928) The Moroccan bride signed 'Tornai GY' (lower right) oil on panel 53 1/2 x 35 3/4in (138 x 91cm) Footnotes Provenance With Michael John Decorative Arts, Ltd., London. Acquired from the above by the present owner, 11 November 1985. Gyula Tornai was born in 1861 in a small town in Hungary known as Görgö. He began his artistic career seeking a formal education in the academies in Vienna, Munich and Budapest where he studied under prominent artists such as Hans Makart and Gyula Benczúr. Tornai's style was heavily influenced by Makart's aestheticism and tonality known as Makartstil ("Makart's style" in German). The vibrantly colored and theatrical, large-scale paintings held a lasting effect on Tornai and are evident in the complex nature of many of his works. Tornai began his career painting numerous genre scenes, however after his travels to more exotic locales, his choice of subjects changed dramatically. His early visit to Tangier, Morocco, in 1890-91, provided him with new motifs to explore. In 1900 he exhibited many of the works he completed abroad at the Exposition Universelle in Paris. Their immense success provided Tornai with the financial ability to continue his explorations and provoked him to travel for an extended period of time through China, Japan and India. Tornai often designed the frames for his paintings to complement the subject matter, as is the case in the present lot.
Gyula, Jules Tornai - The Wife Of The Maharaja Of Burdwan

Gyula, Jules Tornai - The Wife Of The Maharaja Of Burdwan

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Lot number: 261
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Lot Description Gyula Tornai (Hungarian, 1861-1928) The wife of the Maharaja of Burdwan signed 'TORNAI.GY.' (upper left) oil on canvas 28 x 17.3/8 in. (71 x 44 cm.) Lot Condition Report I confirm that I have read this Important Notice and agree to its terms. View Condition Report Exhibited Exhibited as the 'Wife of Maharaja of Burdwan' in the exhibition 'Japan and India', the Hungarian Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, 1909.
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