Róbert Berény, Woman Playing the Cello leather travel card holder
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Leather travel cards and ID holder, with two inside pockets , with the reproduction of Woman Playing the Cello.
Every single detail of this case is in sync with the picture on the cover. The inside is ochre, the back is black. It can be a perfectly elegant match to a true lady's handbag. (In which we would never dare to keep the bank cards or the travelcard in a transparent sleeve.) The painting is Róbert Berény's Woman Playing the Cello portraying the artists wife, Etelka Breuer, cello player. Though the characteristic features of the artist's wife are recognizable her personality does not take center stage. It is the movement, and the way the player melts into her instrument what is most important.
The original painting is available in the Modern Times permanent exhibition of the Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest.
Róbert Berény: Woman Playing the Cello, 1928 © Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest
|Size||65 mm x 100 mm|
|Produced by||Crawford Henderson|