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Yellow Flowers

© the artist's daughter. Photo credit: University of Surrey

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Gyula Sajo was born in Hungary in 1918 and studied art and architecture in Budapest. He lectured at the Technical University in Budapest and at the Budapest Academy of Applied Art. In 1955 in the same city he had a one-man show. In 1958 his work was shown at Foyles Art Gallery, London. Only two days after arriving in England, following the Hungarian uprising of 1956, he was busy painting. He continued working until his death in 1989.

University of Surrey





oil on board


H 48.2 x W 63.5 cm

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donated to the University

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