István Görgényi (1917 - 1973) was a Hungarian painter whose limited technical skills did not hinder his uncanny ability to capture the demonic essence of communism in his works. The painting below depicts what must have been a constant danger in Görgényi's life after the failed 1956 Hungarian uprising - being raided and arrested by the communists for his "subversive" art.
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Meeting the Masters
From The Narrow Desert
No Longer Reading
Twisting the Tail of the Cosmos
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