Welcome to the Hungarian-French Gallery website!

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The Hungarian-French Gallery was opened in March 2001 by Paul Poudade ambassador in course of the Hungarian year in France. It is founded by the French partner’s 30-year-professional skill and business experience of his Parisian Gallery. After several years of successful cooperation with the French gallery in 2012 the Hungarian-French Gallery became independent profile and the hungarian works of art were put to the front.

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The Artwork of the month

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Karoly Markó the younger

(1822-1891)

Paesaggio, 1849

 

oil on canvas, 31 x 40 cm

Signed left below: C. Marko, 1849

Carlo Marco the Younger is the oldest son of one of the most important hungarian landscape painter of the 19th century. He studied at Florence and Rome, he painted usually italian landscapes.

Get to know us!

ABOUT THE HUNGARIAN-FRENCH GALLERY

Primarily we offer works in academic style 19th century paintings from France, classicistic and realistic works and genre scenes of Hungarian, Belgian, English, Austrian and Swedish masters.

We put up for sale genre-scenes and still life paintings, ladscapes as well as mytological and allegorical paintings from the end of the 19th century. All of them is framed by goldplated original frames from th 19th century. The masters are mostrly Hungarian, French and Austrian, they are noted and they guaranteed the high quality. We would like to mention only a few names from them like Karoly Telepy, Jozsef Molnar, Miklos Barabas, Karoly Marko the younger, Pal Böhm, Laszlo Pataky, or Paul Sauvigny, Franz Lefler etc. There are typic vedutes about Venice by Karl Kaufmann for example.

Furthermore we offer furnitures, cabinets, tables, clocks, chess-tables with Boulle-stlye, bronze and porcelain allegorical sculptures and vases of a word-wide fame master Vilmos Zsolnay.

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New paintings

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Karl Kaufmann: Venice cityscape in pair, oil on canvas, 53×66 cm, Signed left below: I van Howe

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Karl Kaufmann: Venice cityscape in pair, oil on canvas, 53×66 cm, Signed right below: I van Howe

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Szánthó Mária: Nude, oil on canvas, 70 x 100 cm, Signed right below: Szánthó Mária

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Emil Pap: Beautifying, oil on canvas, 112 x 88 cm, Signed right below: Pap Emil

Augusste Serrure (1825-1903):The charming pair, oil on panel, dated (1883), 59 x 86 cm, Signed left below: Serrure
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Augusste Serrure (1825-1903):The charming pair, oil on panel, dated (1883), 59 x 86 cm, Signed left below: Serrure

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If you are interested in our paintings, furnitures or works of art do not hesitate to visit us in Budapest or contact us by phone or e-mail immediately.

Address: 1055 Budapest, Falk Miksa utca 13.
Phone number: +36 302 6200, +36 30 949 2838
E-mail: mfg@magyar-franciagaleria.hu

Opening hours
Mo-Fri 10:00 – 18: 00,
Sat: 11:00 – 13: 00

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