Kádár, Géza (1876-1952)

Géza Kádár (1878-1952)  Alley of Chestnut Trees, 1912  50×65cm oil on canvas  Signed bottom right:  Kádár Géza 1912 Pöstyén

He belonged to Simon Hollósy's circle in Munich.

He first went to Nagybánya in 1908 and moved into the town in 1923.

In 1916 he married Erzsébet Hevesi, a piano teacher, student of Béla Bartók.

In the summers he was engaged in painting murals for the churches in the region , therefore, winter landscapes are more frequent in his oeuvre.

The influence of Neo style is discernible in his paintings.

His mode of expression has qualities in common with János Krizsán's.

 

Source: The Career and Art of Géza Kádár, Essays on the Art of Nagybánya / László Jurecskó and Zsolt Kishonthy, Miskolc, 1994