Istvan Sandorfi

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István Sándorfi (In France Étienne Sandorfi, born 12 June 1948 in BudapestHungary, died 26 December 2007 in ParisFrance) was a Hungarianhyperrealist painter.

On his painting he used strange objects, or very strange movements and situations.[1] The colors of his 1970-1980s era was the blue, the lilac and their cold combinations. In the 1980s he made more female forms and still life.[1] Since 1988 he painted mainly women.

Istvan (known as Etienne) Sandorfi was born in Budapest in 1948 and died in 2007. His father was director of the American company, IBM, in Hungary. Because of this association he served five years in Stalinist prisons during the Communist regime and his family was deported to an isolated Hungarian village. At the time of the 1956 uprising the Sandorfi family fled the country and became expatriates, first in Germany, then in France. Greatly affected by the violence of the revolution and by the aberration of political systems in general, Istvan took refuge in drawing, and then, at the age of 12, in oil painting.

Art became his overriding passion to the detriment of his schooling. At the age of 17, while still in secondary school, Sandorfi had his first individual exhibition at a small gallery in Paris. After his second exhibition, in 1966, he gave up drawing to devote himself exclusively to painting. [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Istv%C3%A1n_S%C3%A1ndorfi]

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