Artists Pashto. (1930 - 1939)
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The famous German film director Geza von Bolvari in his office at the table, he considers the notes and photos.
Pusta and Hungarian villages.
On the bank of women washing clothes, beating its special mallets covered with carvings, close-up beater.
Homemade household items with a thread.
Woman preparing on the stove, turns food shovel.
Skalka skiing canvas.
Open cupboard with painted shelves, there are mugs.
Master sews shoes.
On the wall-clocks are clocks, also painted.
Master terminates, lights a kerosene lamp, opened the suitcase and pulls out her palette with paints.
Village self-taught artist and his paintings depicting the life of the Hungarian peasantry.
The blacksmiths forge work, discourage horseshoe.
Self-taught painting: Winter fun wedding fair.
Fair in Pashto.
Farmers are buying horses, master picks himself rods vines.
There is a brisk trade in agricultural products, ceramics.
Carousel on the square.
Wooden figurines: a mother with a child on a donkey near a man, a sower, a farmer with a wagon.
A shepherd with a flock of sheep in a pasture in the sheepskin coat.
Farmer goes past him with a horse, rides the train.
Shepherd sits and cuts of wood figure of a man with a horse.
Statues carved out of the stem of a sunflower: rabbits, deer.
Herd of cows in the drinker.
Cows, carved out of wood.
Farmers are sleeping in a field, statues on the subject.
Working in the field, harvesting, plowing oxen in nature and in the thread
Key wordsHungary, village life, crafts, art