Hungarian artists, art museums and galleries

Hungarian art, Hungarian artists, art museums and galleries; a guide to websites


Artists from Hungary *

Artists. Hungarian artists with works displayed in art museums.

Famous artists from Hungary

Artpool Art Research Centre. New trends in Hungarian art.

Fine Arts in Hungary
This site is dedicated to fine arts in Hungary from the beginnings in the Romanesque period up to the mid 20th century.

Hungarian Landscape Painting (1800-1945)
Fine Arts Hngary

An index of Hungarian artists with works on display in museums.

The Web Gallery of Art database of Hungarian artists, with image galleries.

Zsombrak Contemporary Art Gallery
An online art gallery displaying the work of internationally known Central and Eastern European artists.

Art Margins,
a magazine for East and Central European Visual Culture. 


Budapest * A Budapest arts portal.

Budapest Kunsthalle. Micsarnok. Budapest Art Museum

Artists and galleries in Budapest.

Hungarian National Gallery
The gallery (also known as Magyar Nemzeti Galéria) exhibits Hungarian art in all genres, including the many twentieth-century Hungarian artists who worked in Paris and other locations in the West.

The Koller Gallery
The Koller Gallery is the oldest private gallery in Hungary.

Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest
International and Hungarian art.

The Palace of the Arts
The Palace of Arts (Művészetek Palotája) is located near Lágymányosi Bridge. It is one of Hungary’s best known cultural institutions. It brings together the many and varied disciplines of the arts in unique fashion by providing a home for classical, contemporary, popular and world music, not to mention jazz and opera, as well as contemporary circus, dance, literature and film.

Communist sculptures at Momento Park
Memento Park is an open-air museum dedicated to monumental statues from Hungary’s Communist period (1949–1989). There are statues of Lenin, Marx, and Engels, and several Hungarian Communist leaders. The park was designed by Hungarian architect, Ákos Eleőd, who writes: “This park is about dictatorship. And at the same time, because it can be talked about, described, built, this park is about democracy. After all, only democracy is able to give the opportunity to let us think freely about dictatorship.”

(Szoborpark ) park statue museum, Budapest

Dunaújváros Institute of Contemporary Art


Film *

Film in Hungary. Film Kultura

Hungarian National Film Archive


Fine Arts in Hungary
Hungarian artists, museums and art websites, a site is dedicated to fine arts in Hungary from the beginnings in the Romanesque period up to the mid 20th century.

Folk art *

Hungarian folk costumes.


Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts

Hungarian culture web links.

Hungarian State Opera House


Koronczi web gallery.


Museums *

The Hungarian National Museum

Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest

Museums in Hungary, from
Search museums by town and city. Lists events and news.

Kunsthalle is a centre of contemporary Hungarian fine art, and a key institution in canon-formation. It is a national institution with the mission of exhibiting the most significant trends of both contemporary Hungarian and international fine art in Budapest. Its vital tasks include the international positioning of Hungarian fine art – mainly through initiating exhibitions abroad, and publications.

Szépmuvészeti Múzeum

National Cultural Fund

Országos Tervezőgrafikai Biennále 2010



Hungarian House of Photography, Mai Manó House


Poets of Hungary. A Hungarian Poets Index


Szentendre Virtual Art Exhibition
A site is dedicated to fine arts in Hungary from the beginnings in the Romanesque period up to the mid 20th century. 


University of Fine Arts, Pécs 


Virtual Art in Hungary

Well-known Hungarian artists *

Wikipedia entries on Hungarian artists.



Brassai Online

Brassaï. Wikipedia entry.

Fenyes, Adolf

Adolf Fenyes Online

Adolf Fenyes

Adolf Fenyes. Artnet

Kertész, André

Andre Kertesz. Getty Museum

Moholy-Nagy, Laszlo

László Moholy-Nagy’s photograms

Laszlo Moholy-Nagy. Getty Museum

László Moholy-Nagy. Guggenheim collection

László Moholy-Nagy. Wikipedia

László Moholy-Nagy. The Met

Maholy-Nagy Foundation

Teutsch, Mattis

János Mattis-Teutsch. Wikipedia

Vasarely, Victor

Victor Vasarely. 303 Artworks, Bio & Shows on Artsy

Victor Vasarely. Guggenheim Museum

Victor Vasarely. MoMA

Victor Vasarely. Tate Gallery

Victor Vasarely Museum, Budapest, Hungary.

Victor Vasarely. ArtNet image gallery.

Weegee, Arthur Fellig

Weegee. Wikipedia

Weegee. International Center of Photography

Weegee (Arthur Fellig). MoMA

The best of Weegee’s New York street photography – in pictures. The Guardian