List of Hungarian painters

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This is an incomplete list of Hungarian painters. For sculptors see List of Hungarian sculptors

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  • Mihály Zichy - Hungarian painter and graphic artist (1827–1906)

Notes

  • Amerlich was Austro-Hungarian born in Vienna. Most of his artwork remains in Vienna but historically he is classified as of a dual nationality in the period he lived.

See also

References

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