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Tihanyi Lajos (Budapest, 1885. október 29. – Párizs, 1938. június 11.) magyar avantgárd festőművész, a MIÉNK, a Nyolcak és a Ma műhely tagja. Лайош Тихань (венг. Tihanyi Lajos, 29 октября 1885, Будапешт — 11 июня 1938, Париж) — венгерский и французский художник Парижской школы. Lajos Tihanyi (Budapest, 29 de octubre de 1885 - París, 11 de junio de 1938) fue un artista húngaro de importante influencia en el movimiento de vanguardia de su país.Nació en Budapest y, a los 11 años, quedó sordomudo como consecuencia de una meningitis. Lajos Tihanyi (né le 29 octobre 1885 à Budapest – mort le 11 juin 1938 à Paris) est un peintre hongrois membre du groupe des Huit. Lajos Tihanyi (29. října 1885 Budapešť - 11. června 1938 Paříž) byl maďarský a francouzský malíř Pařížské školy. Lajos Tihanyi (29 October 1885- 11 June 1938) was a Hungarian painter and lithographer who achieved international renown working outside his country, primarily in Paris, France. After emigrating in 1919, he never returned to Hungary, even on a visit.Born in Budapest, as a young man, Tihanyi was part of the "Neoimpressionists" or "Neos", and later the influential avant-garde group of painters called The Eight (A Nyolcak), founded in 1909 in Hungary.
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Lajos Tihanyi (né le 29 octobre 1885 à Budapest – mort le 11 juin 1938 à Paris) est un peintre hongrois membre du groupe des Huit. Лайош Тихань (венг. Tihanyi Lajos, 29 октября 1885, Будапешт — 11 июня 1938, Париж) — венгерский и французский художник Парижской школы. Lajos Tihanyi (29 October 1885- 11 June 1938) was a Hungarian painter and lithographer who achieved international renown working outside his country, primarily in Paris, France. After emigrating in 1919, he never returned to Hungary, even on a visit.Born in Budapest, as a young man, Tihanyi was part of the "Neoimpressionists" or "Neos", and later the influential avant-garde group of painters called The Eight (A Nyolcak), founded in 1909 in Hungary. They were experimenting with styles of Post-Impressionism and rejected the naturalism of the Nagybánya artists' colony. Their work is considered highly influential in establishing modernism in Hungary to 1918, when the First World War and revolution overtook the country.After the fall of the Hungarian Democratic Republic in 1919, Tihanyi left and lived briefly in Vienna. He moved on to Berlin for a few years, where he connected with many Hungarian émigré writers and artists, such as Gyorgy Bölöni and the future Brassai. By 1924 Tihanyi and numerous other artists moved to Paris, where he stayed for the remainder of his life.In Paris, Tihanyi gradually shifted to more abstract styles in his work. His paintings and lithographs are held by the Hungarian National Gallery, Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, and the Brooklyn Museum of Art in New York City, among other institutions, and by private collectors. With the centenary of The Eight's first exhibition, Tihanyi has been featured in five exhibitions since 2004, including ones held in 2010 and 2012 in Hungary and Austria, and another in 2012 devoted to a solo retrospective of his work. Lajos Tihanyi (29. října 1885 Budapešť - 11. června 1938 Paříž) byl maďarský a francouzský malíř Pařížské školy. Tihanyi Lajos (Budapest, 1885. október 29. – Párizs, 1938. június 11.) magyar avantgárd festőművész, a MIÉNK, a Nyolcak és a Ma műhely tagja. Lajos Tihanyi (Budapest, 29 de octubre de 1885 - París, 11 de junio de 1938) fue un artista húngaro de importante influencia en el movimiento de vanguardia de su país.Nació en Budapest y, a los 11 años, quedó sordomudo como consecuencia de una meningitis. Estudió en la Escuela de Artes y Oficios de Budapest y en la escuela libre de Nagybánya.Durante una estancia en París en 1907 resultó fuertemente influenciado por el arte de Paul Cézanne y el Fauvismo.Fue uno de los fundadores del Grupo de los Ocho y se unió a los MA-ists en 1918. En 1919 emigró primeramente a Viena y posteriormente a Berlín, donde entró en contacto con otros artistas húngaros como Gyorgy Bölöni. En 1923 se instaló de forma definitiva en París, y diez años después se unió al grupo Abstraction-Création.
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