Gyula Hincz, (1904 - 1986 Budepest)

Gyula Hincz was a sculptor, painter and Printmaker. From 1922 to 1929 he studied at the Hungarian Academy of Fine Art in Budapest. In the mid-1920s he became acquainted in Venice where he saw the works of Russian avant-garde artists as Rodschenko and EL Lissitzky and Italian Futurists such as Severini. 

He was also influence by the art of Brancusi and Joseph Cseky, as well as Andre Breton´s Manifest du Surrealism (Paris 1924). 

He experimented with abstraction, the reference to the figure. From his profound interest in humanity and its social interactions was based on, and motivated by, this interest in figure. His early paintings are expressionist in  a manner reminiscent of Cubo-Futurit art. Elements of purist Surralismem are also present. 

He was also a gifted poster designer, printmaker and sculptor and was a one of the most important book illustrators in Hungary.

Gyula Hincz

Gyula Hincz
Gyula Hincz

"Morus Utopia, 1963", pen and ink drawing, signed and dated,

Size: 35 x 24,8 cm

Price: 850,-Euro

Gyula Hincz

Gyula Hincz
Gyula Hincz

Gyula Hincz, "Simplizissimus"

Pen and ink drawing, signed and dated, 1963.

Size: 14,5 x 24,8 cm

Price: 800,-Euro