This Neo-Impressionist painting technique typical for the painter, partially broad-brushed and pastose applied colors, which document the influence of the Munich painter circle around Leo Putz.The author Hungarian painter Lipot Illencz studied in Munich as a scholar at Arad City, Simon Hollósy´s painting school, then Azbe and Heidner were his teachers. He settled down in Arad, working here as a portrait painter and illustrator. His first exhibition was made in 1902 at the National Gallery in Budapest.
Literature: Prof. Nagy „Lexicon of Hungarian artists“ (in Hungarian); Alexander Rauch, Lipot Illencz, in: Bruckmanns Lexikon der Münchner Maler des 19./ 20. Jahrhunderts, Bd. 6.
Inscription: signed lower left.
Technique: oil on canvas. Original period gist frame.
Measurements: unframed w 19 3/4"x h 15 3/4" (50x40 cm), framed w 24" x h 20" (61 x 51 cm).
Condition: in very good condition.