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Hungarian Dog Breeds

The exhibition was held from September 6 to October 18, 1997. This exhibition showed not only the various historical dog breed such as the Komondor, Kuvasz, Puli and Vizsla but will highlighted the other lesser known breeds such as the Erdélyi Kopó, Mudi, Pumi and the Magyar Agár. Click her to learn more about the […]

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Photographs – Images of Hungary

Magyarországi látványok – Fénykép kiállítás by Robin Hlobeczy From August 2 – 30, 1997, at the Museum This exhibition of black & white photographs by Robin Hlobeczy represented her attempt to capture the spirit of Hungary. Her goal was to take pictures of everyday scenes which would glow with the beauty and inner sense of […]

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Hungarian Artists of the Western Reserve

May 31 – July 26, 1997 Gala Reception & Opening at the Museum was 6-9 PM, Friday, May 30. This exhibition featured paintings and other artistic works by recognized contemporary Hungarian-American artists with ties to the Western Reserve. greenslidebarFeatured artists: László Dús Zsolt Gregora Steven Keményffy Susan Keményffy George Kozmon Edith Németh Anna Mária Place […]

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Hungarian Pottery And Porcelain

March 29 – May 3, 1997 This Exhibition of antique, old and new Hungarian earthenware, stoneware, and porcelain covered the major producing centers, ceramic artists, and manufacturers in Hungary and included porcelain statuary, dinnerware, and serving pieces, many types of ceramic ware, and pottery. Along with our “Permanent Collections and Exhibitions,” this special Exhibition was […]

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Hungarian Embroidery and Fancy Needlework

The exhibition began February 1, 1997, and was extended through March 15, 1997 This exhibition of antique Hungarian embroidery and needlework covered all regions of Hungary, with noble house and peasant embroidery, and included dresses, gowns, pillowcases, tablecloths, wall coverings, towels, handkerchiefs, aprons, vest, jackets, headdresses and much, much more! On the tapestry of embroidery, the Hungarian embroideries stand out with […]

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