Zsigmond VAJDA (1860-1931) ✿

Zsigmond VAJDA (1860-1931) was a hungarian painter. He studied at the Budapest School of Design from 1878. His masters were Bertalan Székely and Károly Lotz. He later trained in Munich as a student of Gyula Benczúr.
His most important exhibitions: in 1907 he had a collection exhibition in the Kálmán Könyves Salon, in the Műcsarnok, in 1921 in the National Salon. His paintings and frescoes can be seen in the Hungarian National Gallery, the Déri Museum in Debrecen, the Hungarian Historical Gallery and the Parliament.

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