Support Retired Artist IMRE BUVARY
After more than 60 years of painting Mr. Buvary (born 1937 in Budapest Hungary) retired and is enjoying Northern California Bay Area living.
At 85 years and still young at heart, Buvary has had a long and successful art career.
Imre Buvary spent his last 5 years of painting capturing as many wineries and Napa Valley scenes as he could. During this time, he painted over one hundred 5x7” miniature original oil paintings for our Gallery and only 4 remain available for purchase from this exclusive collection.
Canvas giclée prints of these originals oils are available to order in 10x8” size.
Romantic Realism artwork by Northern California artist Imre Buvary featuring landscapes and wine still life's of the Napa Valley.
Buvary is a dedicated and disciplined artist who is a staunch advocate of the standards of classic and romantic art. Unashamed to embrace the traditional concepts of beauty, he creates art in the spirit of pure historical aesthetics...those tenets that have appealed to humankind throughout history.
Unlike many artists of the genre that communicate through shock value, Imre Buvary has a different view. "I do not wish to shock people, nor give them excitement. What I would like to advocate in my art are peace, harmony and love." Truly, Imre Buvary has accomplished his goal admirably through the grace and beauty of his art.
Distinguished through the United States and Europe, Imre follows the time-honored traditions of the 18th and 19th century European masters in his technique and discipline. A gentle man, Imre seems to create in a realm that supersedes any transient trends that may cloud the issue of relevancy or content. Imre Buvary simply and eloquently shows us the results of his masterful use of composition and color as a way of sharing; of gently calling our attention away from the hectic pace of our lives and allowing us a tranquil space in time...a space in which to appreciate the simple concept of beauty.
Imre has been featured on CBS Television and has exhibited in numerous exhibitions in the United States and Europe, including Budapest, Bulgaria, Amsterdam, London and Vienna. An appreciative public collects his work as quickly as he can create his paintings, which is very gratifying to this modest and gifted individual. His work resides in a number of significant collections, including that of Ronald and Nancy Reagan.