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Interesting

Interesting art museum with several paintings that I would say expose the emotions of the artist... read more

Reviewed 4 July 2013
greyhound85034
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Phoenix, Arizona
Beautiful sad part of Hungarian history

small museum of a Jewish Hungarian couple, featuring paintings from her and mostly drawings from... read more

Reviewed 28 March 2012
Jolan B
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Kosice, Slovakia
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Oct 7, 2014
“A remarkable collection”
Jul 3, 2013
“Interesting”
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The former home of a famous artist couple, Imre Ámos and Margit Anna, now features a collection of their work representing the beginning of Expressionist painting in Hungary.
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Bogdanyi ut 10, Szentendre 2000, Hungary
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+36 20 779 6657
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Reviewed 8 October 2014

This museum is devoted to the work of Imre Amos and his wife, Margit Anna. Amos died in WWII. Being Jewish, he served in the army work camps and did not survive the harsh treatment - as so many Jewish intellectuals of the time. His...More

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Reviewed 4 July 2013

Interesting art museum with several paintings that I would say expose the emotions of the artist toward the Holocaust. A must see exhibit of works.

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Reviewed 28 March 2012

small museum of a Jewish Hungarian couple, featuring paintings from her and mostly drawings from him. Amos (the husband) perished during the holocaust, while she survived to paint and cherish his memory. Her pictures are a mixture of surreal and horribly real rendering of the...More

1  Thank Jolan B
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