Fisherman's Cabin on Lake Balaton

size(cm): 50x80
Sale price€204,95 EUR


The painting "Fishermen's Hut at the Lake Balaton" by the Hungarian artist Géza Mészöly is an impressive work that captures the beauty of the landscape of the Balaton region of Hungary. The work, measuring 140 x 226 cm, is one of the largest and most prominent by Mészöly, who is known for his impressionist style and his ability to capture light and color in his paintings.

The composition of the work is impressive, with a fisherman's hut in the foreground and Lake Balaton in the background. The cabin is surrounded by trees and shrubs, and the lake water stretches to the horizon. The position of the cabin in the lower right corner of the work creates an effect of depth and perspective that draws the viewer into the landscape.

Color is one of the most impressive aspects of painting. Mészöly uses a rich and vibrant palette of blue, green and yellow tones to represent the lake, the sky and the surrounding vegetation. Colors blend and overlap to create a sense of movement and life in the work.

The story behind the painting is interesting. Mészöly began work on the work in 1911 and completed it in 1913. The painting was displayed at the National Exhibition in Budapest in 1913, where it received positive reviews and became one of the most popular works in the exhibition.

Despite its popularity at the time, the work is relatively unknown outside of Hungary. However, it is one of the best representations of the Balaton landscape and an impressive work of Hungarian Impressionism.

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