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Deak Collection

Permanent exhibition of
Hungarian fine arts of the XX.th century.

The collection in its present form can be seen since 1994, it was donated to the town by Dénes Deák (1931–1993), art collector. The permanent exhibition covering an area of 600 square metres was shaped when three historic buildings in the inner town were combined; it also includes a fresco-room of the 18th century that was part of Count Ferenc Esterházy’s palace.
The Deák-collection presents the most important trends and artists of modern Hungarian painting from the beginning of the 20th century until the eighties. The permanent exhibition displays about 400 works of art: the Hungarian art of the first half of the century, while the period after 1945 is represented by artists of the European School and contemporary Hungarian artists.
Remarkable small sculptures and medallions complement the collection.

Székesfehérvár

Hungary
Address:
Városi Képtár - Deák Gyűjtemény H-8000 Székesfehérvár, Oskola street 10. HUNGARY
8000
Phone: +36 22/329-431
Fax: +36 22/329-431
Website: http://www.deakgyujtemeny.hu


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Artists Represented

László Mednyánszky, József Rippl-Rónai, Lajos Gulácsy, Béla Czóbel, Ödön Márffy, Lajos Tihanyi, Gyula Rudnay, József Egry, István Nagy, István Farkas, Béla Kádár, Imre Ámos, Margit Anna, Endre Bálint, Jenő Gadányi, Tihamér Gyarmathy, Dezső Korniss, Gyula Marosán, Menyhért Tóth, Péter Ujházi, Tamás Szikora, Pál Deim, László Fehér, László Hegedűs 2, Fülöp Beck Ö., Márk Vedres, Ferenc Medgyessy, Vilmos Fémes Beck, Béni Ferenczy, Elza Kövesházi Kalmár, Pál Pátzay, Jenő Kerényi and Miklós Borsos


Current Exhibitions

Temporary exhibition:
Péter Hecker
from June 15 to September 23


Forthcoming Exhibitions

Temporary exhibition:
Szilárd Cseke
from October 2 to November 4.


Previous Exhibitions

Temporary exhibition:
István Haraszty
from May 11 to June 10.


Contact-Directors/Staff

Mrs. Erzsébet Szűcs director


Opening Times

Opening hours: from April 1 to October 31
Tuesday-Sunday 10 AM - 6 PM.
from November 1 to Marc 31
Tuesday-Sunday 9 AM - 5 PM.
Monday closed.