Borszéky Frigyes


Mázalatti festéssel díszített kőedények

(Megyaszló, 1880 - Budapest, 1955)

He studied painting as Ede Balló's student in Budapest Design Scool between 1899-1903. After he followed in Simon Hollósy's private school in Munich. After that he was in The Netherlands and London, too.
In 1915 he teaed with painting and kept on working as ceramist. In his beginning period he engaged maunly with ceramic painting. He worked with white goods bought from Czech and Hungarian factories.
In 1921 he founded ceramic plant in 35-37 Előd street, Pesterzsébet, its name was: Frigyes Borszéky Hungarian Art Ceramic Workshop. In international comparison Borszéky's style is similar mostly to Vienna artists like Karl Klimt's, Ernst Wahlis Serapis's faiences. In 1925 the plant became bankrupt and practically with this closed his ceramic career.

- The mark of Frigyes Borszéky

1. Borszéky Frigyes - Cevered box

between 1921-25

Mark is painted at the bottom under the glaze: Borszéky Frigyes Budapest

high: 11cm

2. Borszéky Frigyes - Cachepot with bunches of grapes

between 1921-25

Mark is painted at the bottom: Borszéky Frigyes Budapest

and pressed in glaze vase-formed: BF jelzés

high: 15cm

3. Borszéky Frigyes - Gobbet vase

between 1921-25

Mark is painted at the bottom: Borszéky Frigyes D.56.

high: 12,5cm

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