Fassel L'ousa Ferenc

Born in Budapest in 1915. His teacher at the Fehérsas Square School was Ágoston Reiter, who recognized his talent early on.
His promising career was interrupted by the Second World War and the dictatorship of the 1950s. Forced to make a living, he became a draughtsman in a textile factory, where his excellent skills and almost exceptional visual talent were soon recognised.
From the sixties onwards, he was taken to large fairs in Western Europe. He was commissioned as a decorative painter, created large exhibition pans, fulfilled portrait commissions and became increasingly known for his ability to create floral arrangements like few others.
From the seventies onwards, as a result of his many sketches and his experiences in art camps and on his travels, he transformed his impressions into images, creating his own individual world of painting.
Outstandingly confident and exceptional draughtsmanship, he is an excellent watercolourist. His oil paintings catch the eye with their own and unique artistry. There are several reasons for this. Firstly, it is worth mentioning that the high degree of his craftsmanship, the perfection of his painting and his fastidiousness are immediately striking. Almost at the same time, we are immersed in the richness of the spectacle, in its constant - and, with him, always present - proliferation. When he depicts, he is also an idealizer, lifting us out of our grey everyday life and creating a celebration of art through the splendour of the spectacle.
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He also has paintings that are representations of real scenes, but in most cases they are enriched with elements and power of the imagination.
For example, the artist paints magical images of Italy, Mediterranean dreams. Even in a cityscape with a domestic atmosphere, as if we were seeing Sopron or the Taban, we can see that he assembles some of its attributes with elements taken from elsewhere, and his works become documents of an inner vision. We can admire the depth of his depictions of women, the sensuality that unfolds through the intensification of colour.
With the tip of a brush, hand, cloth and other little tricks, you can always make your individual bravura stand out. His diverse palette of subjects ranges from realism to expressive and surrealistic.

Ferenc Fassel L'ousa passed away in January 2009.

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