The Artist’s Muse

Imre Goth (Hungarian/British, 1893-1982): Portrait of the Artist’s Muse, 1932 (Oil on wood panel) – Goth studied at Budapest Academy and later in Berlin in the 1920s with Arthur Kampf… As he achieved recognition as a portrait painter, he received commissions from the stars of the emerging Berlin film industry, and in the early 1930s he was commissioned to paint both Field Marshall Goering and his wife. In 1935 he showed a collection of his works at the New Galleries in Birmingham and with favourable criticism, decided to immigrate to England…

Imre Goth Portrait of the Artist’s Muse

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