Hungarian artist Imre Gergely is predominantly known for his Renoir-esque impressionistic scenes.
Born in Budapest, he trained at the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts, and later in Munich with Simon Hollósy (1857-1918) and Sándor Liezen-Mayer (1839-1898). He also studied in Karlsruhe with Hermann Baisch (1846-1894) before returning to the ‘Master School’ of Gyula Benczúr (1844-1920) in Budapest. Two of his works were acquired by the Hungarian Royal Family.
Imre Gergely, Flower Market
Imre Gergely, Under The Pergola
Born in Budapest, Hungary.
Enrolled at the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts, Budapest.
Studied in Munich with Simon Hollósy and Sándor Liezen-Mayer.
Studied in Karlsruhe with Hermann Baisch.
Studied under Gyula Benczúr in Budapest.