Gabor F. Peterdi  (American, 1915-2001) 


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Gabor F. Peterdi, Florida Landscape


Gabor F. Peterdi
Florida Landscape
circa 1940-1942

William McWillie Chambers III
Gabor F. Peterdi, Tower of Babel


Gabor F. Peterdi
Tower of Babel

Gallery Sam
Gabor F. Peterdi, Desert V Dusk


Gabor F. Peterdi
Desert V Dusk

Gallery Sam
Gabor F. Peterdi, Red and Blue Dream


Gabor F. Peterdi
Red and Blue Dream

Gallery Sam
Gabor F. Peterdi, The Studio


Gabor F. Peterdi
The Studio

Gallery Sam
Gabor F. Peterdi, Heavy Seas


Gabor F. Peterdi
Heavy Seas
Gallery Sam
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Gabor F. Peterdi, Sky and Moon


Gabor F. Peterdi
Sky and Moon


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Gabor F. Peterdi, Dark Horizon:


Gabor F. Peterdi
Dark Horizon:, 1954
color etching, engraving and aquatint


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Gabor F. Peterdi, The Storm


Gabor F. Peterdi
The Storm, 1958
etching and engraving


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1915   Born in Pestujhely, Hungary
1930   Awarded the Prix de Rome
1933 - 1939   Associated with Atelier 17
1939   Immigrated to New York City
1948 - 1952   Taught at the Brooklyn Art School
1952 - 1959   Taught at Hunter College
1960 - 1987   Taught at the Yale School of Art
2001   Died in Stamford, CT
1949   Laurel Gallery, New Yor (solo)
1948   Laurel Gallery, New York (Solo)
1944   Norlyst Gallery, New York (Solo)
1943   Norlyst Gallery, New York (Solo)
1939   Julien Levy Gallery, New York (Solo)
Groupe de l’Atelier 17, Paris
1938   Galerie Jeanne Bucher, Paris (Solo)
1937   Galerie Jeanne Bucher, Paris
1936   Salon des Surindépendents, Paris
1935   Salon des Surindépendents, Paris
1934   Ernst Múzeum, Budapest
1932   Nemzeti Szálon, Budapest
1931   Primási Palota, Bratislava (Solo)
1930   Ernst Múzeum, Budapest (Solo)