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See What Happened @ Sunset Party, InterContinental Hotel, 3 June
This special seasonal 5* event perfectly demonstrated the art of hospitality - in a stylish, welcoming and international atmosphere - featuring state-of-the-art technology, cool music, fine food and summer cocktails. Clearly this river-front hotel is not just a great place to stay, it’s newly extended terrace is a great place to party. Everyone in attendance was happy to pop on the complementary sunglasses and let the holiday feeling begin. more »
Hungary Launches Procedure To List Munkácsy Masterpiece
The cabinet office has initiated a procedure to prevent Mihály Munkácsy’s monumental painting “Golgotha” from being permanently removed from the country. “With the listing procedure, the government wants to keep this extraordinary work of our national painting in the Hungarian sphere of interest,” the national office in charge of oversight of cultural heritage said. “Naturally, the procedure will not prevent the owner of the painting from selling it, as its listing has no such purpose.” more »
Collector Pákh Ready To Take Back His Munkácsy Master Piece
The Hungarian-born American art collector Imre Pákh said that he will have Mihály Munkácsy’s monumental painting “Golgotha” removed from the Déri Museum in Debrecen because talks on the possible sale of the work to the state have fallen through. The painting is one of Munkácsy’s famous “Christ Trilogy” and is currently on loan to the Déri Museum, where all three paintings are on display. more »

Prince Charles Establishes Heritage Foundation With Ethnic Hungarian Count


Prince Charles Establishes Heritage Foundation With Ethnic Hungarian Count
Prince Charles, heir to the British throne, announced the establishment of the Prince of Wales Foundation while on a private visit to Transylvania on Tuesday. The foundation, which will be based in the traditional Saxon village of Viscri (Hungarian: Szászfehéregyháza), Braşov county, one of the two locations in Transylvania where Charles owns an estate, will primarily engage in heritage protection and agricultural and educational activities inspired by substainability. more »

State Seeks To Buy Last Of Munkácsy Trilogy For USD 6M


State Seeks To Buy Last Of Munkácsy Trilogy For USD 6M
The National Bank of Hungary has said it is prepared to pay 6 million US dollars to acquire Mihály Munkácsy’s monumental painting “Golgotha”, deputy governor Ferenc Gerhardt told public television. Its Hungarian-born American owner, Imre Pákh, wants 9 million, however, he said. The painting is one of Munkácsy’s famous “Christ Trilogy”. more »

'Summer Open Promenade', Whale Budapest, 7 June


'Summer Open Promenade', Whale Budapest, 7 June
Press release: The Whale is welcoming the fans of antiquities, design and products of fine arts and handicrafts with free programs on Sunday, June 7. At the Summer Open Promenade value appraisers, antiquity sellers, designers, art historians and unique programs await visitors. The morning will be dedicated to painting and creativity and after the afternoon concert visitors can have an insight into the mystical world of painting forgers. more »



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