Alfred Reth was a Hungarian artist most noted for his work in the late 19th century. He studied at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Budapest, at the Academy in Munich, and at the Academy in Rome. His works were heavily influenced by the symbols and intricacies of both ancient and modern art. He was known for his landscapes, depicting both urban and rural Hungary. Reth's depiction of his home country's rural and urban landscapes achieved much acclaim in his lifetime. Notable pieces include Marketplace in Szeged, Budapest Street Scene and The Fisherman's House.
Alfred Reth, Hungarian artist, 19th century painting, landscape, rural Hungary, urban Hungary, Szeged, Budapest Street Scene, The Fisherman's House.
— Mei Wang
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