Elizabeth Brunner

Her Life-Her Words Edited by Imre LazarElizabeth Brunner
Elizabeth Brunner: Her Life–Her Words, is a delightful collection of stories written by the Hungarian artist who came to India in 1930 with her mother, Elizabeth Sass Brunner, and made it her home. The book, with an introduction by Dr. Imre Lázár, contains her experiences in this country, rare photographs and beautiful paintings that the Brunners created.Well known in India and Hungary, their art reflects their experiences in various parts of the world, highlighting their encounters with personalities such as Rabindranath Tagore, Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru and the Dalai Lama, among others. Gandhiji had once teased her, ‘Can you paint my soul in half-an-hour?’ Elizabeth Brunner has without doubt tried to paint the soul of India over the seventy years she spent here through her paintings.Published on the occasion of the birth centenary of Elizabeth Brunner, this book is all the more special because of the deep love the mother and daughter had for India.

Elizabeth Brunner
THE AUTHOR
Dr. Imre Lázár, Director of the Hungarian Information and Cultural Centre, Delhi, is a scholar of international studies and a specialist in cultural diplomacy. He met Elizabeth Brunner for the first time in 1988 in New Delhi and became one of her closest associates. He has curated seven exhibitions of the Brunners, including
‘The Call of India’, a centenary retrospective held at the Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts in 2010.
Specifications:
Size: 290 X 220mm
Binding: Hard back with Jacket
Paper: 150 gsm, matt art paper
Page extent: 357
Photographs: 228
ISBN: 978-81-89738-92-1
Price: INR 2495
PLUS POSTAGE WITHIN INDIA RS 50/-
OUTSIDE INDIA RS 1200/-
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