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Artist and Muses

Markus, Csaba

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ISBN 10: 0974663514 / ISBN 13: 9780974663517
Published by Dreaming Muse Fine Art Books
Condition: Very Good Soft cover
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0974663514 2007. Signed by author. Unpaginated. Glossy illustrated covers are free of wear aside from very slight sticker residue and creasing to top corner of front cover. Spine and binding sound. Interior bright and unmarked. Bookseller Inventory # BBS-0772017

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Title: Artist and Muses

Publisher: Dreaming Muse Fine Art Books


Book Condition:Very Good

Signed: Signed by Author(s)

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The Csaba Markus fine art book, Artist and Muses, features a selection of Markus' most beautiful originals and limited edition serigraphs, along with some very personal quotes from the artist about his incredible life and his philosophies of art. This book is an impressive documentation of both the move and the contents of the studio itself. Markus pulls back the curtain on his work, showing us, dozens of several unfinished and views of the studio in all its glory.

About the Author:

The classical influences in Csaba Markus art are tied to his origins in Budapest, Hungary, where he was born in 1953. His formative years were spent in the city of Budapest, a bustling and modern metropolis with over two thousand years of history. Even as a young child, Markus was physically and emotionally driven to express himself through painting, sculpting, and a variety of mediums. He had initially began his career as a sculptor, and even in the early stages of his artistic growth, his natural talent was evident. At the tender age of fourteen, he and his work were featured on international public television, and Markus experienced the first tantalizing taste of success and recognition for his art. As a youth he passed countless hours in museums, intently studying the paintings and sculpture of artists such as Michelangelo, Botticelli, and El Greco. While his school friends dreamed of finding fame on the soccer field, young Markus was teaching himself from the works of the Old Masters. Almost wholly self-taught, his hunger for knowledge fueled his personal and artistic growth. His artistic development, however, was hindered by the rigorous controls of the Communist system in his native country. Leaving friends and family behind, Markus left Hungary in 1978, and eventually settled in California, determined to fulfill his destiny as a great artist. After many years of tireless endeavor, Markus s artistic prowess was properly recognized, and his paintings were introduced to an eager world audience. Markus s distinctive style, which has been shaped by the varied influences and experiences of his unusual life, has an undeniably universal appeal. His work is currently displayed in prestigious art galleries throughout the United States, England, France Russia, South Africa and Japan, and his commissioned pieces hang in some of the most exclusive private collections in the United States.

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