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Kísérlet Néhány Magyarországi Ötvösjegy Feloldására XIV.

An Attempt to Solving Some Hungarian Goldsmith'S Marks XIV.

Művészettörténeti Értesítő
Author:
András Grotte

Abstract

Similarly to its predecessors, the 14th installment of the time-honoured series adds new goldsmith's marks to the ones known from earlier publications (Elemér Kőszeghy 1936, Ilona P. Brestyánszky 1977). On the basis of registry research it provides new data on 18–19th century goldsmiths with additional information from urban censuses. This time Pest-based goldsmiths are highlighted from the first half of the 19th century, on the basis of works by József Blettl, József Redl, János Hoser and Kristóf Holl that cropped up in the art market, followed by Eperjes-based David Schuller's and the Nagyvárad goldsmith István Nádudvary's works, the latter owned by the Calvinist diocese. After identifying marks from Besztercebánya and Rimaszombat, the paper enlarges upon the Rozsnyó master Samuel Bablirik's works in public and private collections. From former Southern Hungary (today Serbia) the masters of Nagybecskerek (Zrenjanin) and Szabadka (Subotica) are introduced, together with their clientele: Martinus Zimmerer, Johann Christian Parbs, the goldsmiths called Nikolits and the noted Vojnich family.

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Kísérlet néhány magyarországi ötvösjegy feloldására XV.

Attempt at deciphering some Hungarian goldsmith’s marks XV.

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Author:
András Grotte

As the next step in a series of publications, the author presents so-far unpublished maker marks and mark variants found in art collections and the art trade, trying to decipher the newly found ones. Concerning already known marks, he relies basically on Elemér Kőszeghy’s book of marks and when the Pest-Buda marks are considered, the work of Ilona P. Brestyányszky is consulted. Additional information is now provided, and some earlier information corrected, about the 19th century goldsmiths of Buda, Pest, Arad, Besztercebánya, Kolozsvár, Lőcse, Nagyvárad, Pápa, Rozsnyó, Veszprém on the basis of registers of births, marriages and deaths and other lists. In the appendix there is a tabular summary of the exhibition and art trade occurrences of artifacts bearing the hallmark of the Kolozsvár goldsmith Sándor Erdődi who worked in the 1840s and ‘50s.

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Kísérlet néhány magyarországi ötvösjegy feloldására XVI

Attempting to resolve some Hungarian goldsmith’s marks XVI

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Author:
András Grotte

Going on with a series of articles, I present again some so-far unknown maker’s marks and mark variants in private collections and the art trade, and try to identify them. When already published marks are at issue, Elemér Kőszeghy’s book of marks is referred to, and Ilona P. Brestyánszky’s work is mentioned with the mark’s serial number there when marks of Pest-Buda are discussed. I try to clarify the biography of goldsmiths active in Hungarian towns on the basis of archival research, first of all with parish register data. In the appendix I give a list of gold- and silversmiths named in the registers of the Israelite community of Óbuda between 1851 and 1895, and those in the census of 1850.

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Kísérlet néhány magyarországi ötvösjegy feloldására XIX.

An attempt to elucidate some Hungarian Goldsmiths’ marks XIX

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Author:
András Grotte

To continue my previous papers, I wish to present and try to elucidate the new makers’ marks and mark variants found in private collections and the art trade. The time interval is again the 18–19th centuries. The first to be mentioned are the twin capital cities Buda and Pest, as well as Óbuda. In Buda, new data have been found about Franciscus Mechthler, in Pest about Carolus Schmidt and Menyhárt Boll, in Óbuda of Fülöp Adler. This is followed in alphabetic order by several cities of the Hungarian Kingdom. Arad (Arad, R), Balassagyarmat, Besztercebánya (Banská Bystrica, Neusohl, SK), Eger (Erlau), Esztergom (Gran), Győr (Raab), Igló (Spišská Nová Ves, SK), Kassa (Košice, Kaschau, SK), Kismarton (Eisenstadt, A), Liptószentmiklós (Liptovský Svätý Mikuláš, SK), Losonc (Lučenec, Lizenz, SK), Miskolc, Nagybecskerek (Zren­ janin, SR), Nagykanizsa (Großkirchen), Nagyszeben (Si biu, Hermannstadt, R), Rimaszombat (Rimavská Sobota, Großsteffelsdorf, SK), Selmecbánya (Banská Štiavnica, Schemnitz, SK), Szatmárnémeti (Satu Mare, Sathmar, R), Szentendre, Temesvár (Timişoara, Temeswar, R), Tolna, Zágráb (Zagreb, Agram, HR). The weight of new infor­ mation varies by settlements. In some places only a new version of the known hallmark was found, there are places where new goldsmiths were come across or new biographic data were found of known masters. Finally, I enumerate the goldsmiths’ works in Hungary which display Viennese city mark imitations in addition to the makers’ marks. The article is accompanied with a diagram of 117 goldsmiths’ marks.

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Nachgotik és kora barokk – Brózer István kelyhéről

Nachgotik and early baroque – about István Brózer's chalice

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Author:
Erika Kiss

Elemér: Magyarországi ötvösjegyek a középkortól 1936-ig. Budapest 1936 . 33. Kris 1921–1922 – Ernst Kris: Eine Modelplakette Wenzel Jamnitzers. Zur Motivverwendungen in der Werkstatt der

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