Thursday, October 25, 2012

Women by Hungarian artist Karoly Brocky 1807-1855


Karoly Brocky (Hungarian artist, 1807-1855) Daughters of Istvan Medgyasszay c 1833


Brocky was the son of a Hungarian hairdresser who died when his son was still young. After trying his hand at acting, Brocky attended a free drawing school at Vienna; and then, traveled to Paris, where he studied at the Louvre. He sailed to London at the age of 30 & decided to stay. From 1839 on, he exhibited at the Royal Academy, continuing until his death in 1855.


Karoly Brocky (Hungarian artist, 1807-1855) Woman 1835


Karoly Brocky (Hungarian artist, 1807-1855) Elisabeth Barrett Browing 1839-44 (Yes, she is not Hungarian, but I could not leave her out)


Karoly Brocky (Hungarian artist, 1807-1855) Summer 1846


Karoly Brocky (Hungarian artist, 1807-1855) Does He Love Me after 1847


Karoly Brocky (Hungarian artist, 1807-1855) Woman 1840s


Karoly Brocky (Hungarian artist, 1807-1855) Mother and Child


Karoly Brocky (Hungarian artist, 1807-1855) Portrait of a Woman


Karoly Brocky (Hungarian artist, 1807-1855) Young Woman Watering a Plant by the Window


Karoly Brocky (Hungarian artist, 1807-1855) Woman Standing at a Window


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