This is a multimedia database on a 20th century Hungarian painter living in India for over seventy years.
Elizabeth Sass Brunner and Elizabeth Brunner, mother and daughter, two Hungarian artists travelled to India,
Japan and Sri Lanka in search of spirituality in the 1920’s. Elizabeth Sass Brunner’s paintings include landscapes
and symbolic constructions, Himalayan scenes, flowering trees, village life and classic architecture. Elizabeth Brunner’s
paintings include portraits of leaders, intellectuals, artists, saints as also village scenes, landscape, nature and ancient
Elizabeth Brunner Passed away on 2nd May 2001.
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- Set 01 (194)
- Set 02 (146)
- Set 03 (192)
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- Set 05 (155)
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- Set 07 (177)
- Set 08 (192)
- Set 09 (170)
- Set 10 (180)
- Set 11 (189)
- Fairy Tales around “MY Beloved Elizabeth” (Electronic Book) Stories out of the life of Elizabeth Brunner, Eminent Hungarian Painter.
- Photographs from the book