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Endre  Bartos

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Bartos’s amassing art may not capture you at the first fleeFng glance. But his works will quickly engage your senses and admiraFon aMer a longer look and inspecFon of their colorful splendor. His painFngs radiate life affirmaFon, joy, brightness and opFmism, someFmes even darkness and thoughUulness. However the power and directness of Bartos’s portraits is more than that and have to be though of as “inevitability of portraits” and are overlooked.
Not only with regard to the relief-like surface structure with the chosen spatula technique, but also the way in which he combined a landscape experience into oMen block-like structures, almost forged together.
Influencers in his life and lifework
In creaFng his art Bartos was inspired, among others by Emil Nolde and also August Macke among others but does to not necessarily subscribe to “expression of a school”. He clearly represents a more personified view of the large, expressionist-colored play of the surfaces. In contemplaFon, art connoisseurs will feel close to the arFsts of the "Blue Rider". His sFll life is reminiscent of Vincent van Gogh, while his portraits leave Gabriele Münter as Jawlewsky. In his "cubist phase" one could also recognize the influence of Pablo Picasso. Bartos’s art is in the tradiFon of expressionism, even though he may have said: "I do not have an actual role model". In the development of his art he actually shows the to the influence of the Masters of German Expressionism, but his kind of moFf interpretaFon is completely independent and unmistakable.

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