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Romek Árpád

by on June 11, 2013

Romek Árpád, Budapest Hungary (1883 – 1960)


Romek Árpád was a Hungarian born still life painter who worked in a naturalistic representational style in oil.  Born in Budapest in 1883, he studied at the Academy of Fine Arts (of Budapest) under Ede Ballo and Laszlo Hegedus.  After school he was awarded a scholarship to study at Szolnok.  His work is usually characterized as realistic and contains kitchenware, fruit, glasses, and books on table tops.


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