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Jenő Barcsay: Barcsay Jenő tíz kompoziciója (Jeno Barcsay’s Ten Compositions)

Jenő Barcsay: Barcsay Jenő tíz kompoziciója (Jeno Barcsay’s Ten Compositions) (The Salgo Trust for Education CC BY-NC-SA)
Provenance/Rights: The Salgo Trust for Education (CC BY-NC-SA)


Ten silkscreens on white paper; all prints are inscribed with pencil “134/140”, numbered from I to X and signed by the artist, all prints have MNG stamp on Verso, UR.
Budapest: Helikon Kiadó, 1986. This portfolio is number 134 of an edition of 140. The portfolio was designed by Tibor Szántó.
Described in file as ten silkscreen prints for Barcsay’s 86th birthday.
I. Szürke Kép (Grey Picture), 1966
II. Sárga Kép (Yellow Picture), 1970
III. Napsütés (Sunshine), 1971
IV. Világos-sötét ritmus (Light-dark rhythm), 1972
V. Szürke-Fekete (Grey-black), 1976
VI. Emlék (Rózsaszin-barna) (Memory (pink-brown)), 1976
VII. Dinamikus formák II (Dynamic forms II), 1976
VIII. Fejfák (Wooden grave markers), 1977
IX. Fekete-fehér (Black-white), 1980
X. Fekete-Rózsaszin (Black-pink), 1981.
Also includes title page/table of contents and page of publication credits.
Exhibited: May 20, 1990 to April 30, 1991, American Hungarian Foundation, New Brunswick, NJ.


silkscreen on paper


48 x 68 cm., image sizes vary,

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