Opening Reception was held on:
Saturday, March 4, 2000 3-5 PM
– Hungarian Artists of the Immigration –
József Csébigaál, painter
József Domján, woodcut, stone, metal etchings
Sándor Déry, painter
Rudolf Dudinsky, painter
György Gyímesy Kásás, painter
Csaba Kúr, sculptor and painter
Antal Krasznai, painter
Lajos Resö, painter
Lajos Papp, painter
Erzsébet Radnay Bauer, painter
Eszter Rátoni-Nagy, painter
Julius Kubinyi, painter, etchings
György Edvi Illés, painter and muralist
As an added attraction, the sculptor, Mr. Csaba Kúr, “presented a sculpting demonstration during the opening reception. Guests were able to watch a statue being made step by step, up to the completion of a clay figure.
My father was in the British army and was involved in the liberation of Belsen concentration camp in March 1945. While there he met and was friends with a Hungarian Jew called Dudinsky who was in a displaced persons camp. My father provided him with drawing and painting materials with which he produced drawings and a painting of my fathers girlfriend (my mother)
Sadly my Mother died recently and these drawings and painting have become more important to my Dad.
I wondered if you could give me any further information as to what may have become of this artist.