Vigyazo Vila (Hungarian)
Since 1945 in Budapest, he has been painting since his childhood. His early pictures were inspired by the less known French schools. He later discovered his main style by Brueghel and other German painters.
His first exhibition was in 1971. In 1987 he was introduced into London where his paintings were noticed by many. His pictures were decorating the walls of French Institutes all over France. His paintings take on a very distinctive style.
From the seventeenth to the nineteenth century, sailing ships has continued to inspire many painters, the largest in some obscure, whose main purpose seemed to be maintaining a tradition of quality. An almost forgotten art these days lean evolution scrupulous marked marine atmosphere of Italian or Dutch. Vila VIGYAZO moves straight into the Mediterranean Orientalism when the wave is calm and the sky bright, with a real elegance of the composition and a masterful harmony of colors. His paintings steeped in emotion and charm describe a quiete harbor life, while prestigious or simple ships under full sail, catch a breeze reassuring at the option of sun-kissed waves foggy, at sunrise or sunset peaceful days. Far from the tumult of the storm or the tragedies of fighting, the paintings of Vila VIGYAZO make the Navy a balance, a nobility which is hardly used now, and their mastery has nothing to envy of illustrious predecessors, as it may seem surprising in our time promoting an unprecedented devastating replaces, not talent, but the simple gumption.