BÉLA KÁDÁR | IN THE TOWN SQUARE
BÉLA KÁDÁR | IN THE TOWN SQUARE
BÉLA KÁDÁR | IN THE TOWN SQUARE
BÉLA KÁDÁR | IN THE TOWN SQUARE
BÉLA KÁDÁR | IN THE TOWN SQUARE
BÉLA KÁDÁR | IN THE TOWN SQUARE
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Property from an English Private Collection

BÉLA KÁDÁR | IN THE TOWN SQUARE

Estimate: 5,000 - 7,000 GBP

Property from an English Private Collection

BÉLA KÁDÁR | IN THE TOWN SQUARE

Estimate: 5,000 - 7,000 GBP

Lot Sold:8,750GBP
(6 bids, reserve met)

Lot Details

Description

Property from an English Private Collection

BÉLA KÁDÁR

Hungarian, 1877 - 1956

IN THE TOWN SQUARE


signed KÁDÁR / BÉLA lower left

tempera on paper

59.5 by 84cm., 23½ by 33in.

framed: 72 by 95cm., 28¼ by 37½in.


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Please note, Condition 11 of the Conditions of Business for Buyers (Online Only) is not applicable to this lot.

Condition Report

The artist's sheet has been hinged to the mount along its four edges, on the reverse. The sheet is somewhat undulated. There is some minor rippling visible along the upper framing edge and some minor paint lifting is also visible closer to the centre of the left framing edge. Otherwise, the medium appears strong.

This work is in good condition and is ready to hang.

Presented glazed and framed.


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Cataloguing

Provenance

Acquired by the parents of the present owner circa 1977; thence by descent

Catalogue Note

Painted in the 1930s.

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Online bidding closed12 Nov 2019 | 03:10 PM GMT