Krivátsy Szűts György

* March 20, 1892 Győr - † - June 6th, 1975 Budapest Hungarian painter

He studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in the capital, then at the art colony in Szolnok next to Adolf Fényes. She appeared with her delicate decorative female nude, which represents a new tone (White Prison-1920). Since then, he has appeared in exhibitions mainly as nudes. From 1924-1940 he maintained a private painting school. From 1940 to 1944 he was the organizer and director of the Műbarát exhibitions. His work is an altarpiece of Ave Maria in the parish church of Városmajor in Bp. In 1920 he won the Károly Horváth Award, in 1922 the jubilee award of the capital. Several of his works can be found in MNG (ML, Éber)

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