Introduction
Bertalan Pór (1880–1964) was a Hungarian painter associated with the development of modernist Hungarian art. He was a member of The Eight, a movement among several Hungarian painters in the early twentieth century who represented the radical edge in Budapest. They introduced Fauvism, cubism, and expressionism to Hungarian art.
Wikidata
Q933502
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Nationalities
Hungarian, Slovene
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Painter
Names
Bertalan Pór, Bartholomaus Por, Bertalan Por
Ulan
500026779
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