Grete Csaki-Copony (1893-1990)

"Grete Csaki-Copony (12 October 1893—4 December 1990) was a Transylvanian Saxon painter.

She was born in Zărnești and studied in Dresden, Berlin, Munich and Budapest, where she met and married Richard Csaki (later director of the Deutsches Ausland-Institut in Stuttgart). She spent a lot of time in Berlin from 1911 and was greatly influenced by the art scene in the city. The first solo exhibition of her works was in 1918, in what is today Brukenthal National Museum in Sibiu. Her modernistic art was negatively reviewed in the conservative environment. After an exhibition in Berlin in 1935, the Nazi Germans condemned her art as "Degenerate"." - ( 31.01.2020)

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Grete Csaki-Copony: Bäuerin mit Kind
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1937 1939
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