1904 - 1986
Gyula Hincz was a painter and graphic artist.
In 1929, after finishing his studies, he went on a field trip to Berlin, where – with the help of Laszlo Moholy-Nagy – he was able exhibit his works in Hearth Walden’s gallery, the Sturm. In the 1930’s and 1940’s he took more field trips to Rome, Transylvania and to the Far-East.
Later he became a teacher at the College of Applied Arts.
He invented a special unique drawing style that united very different influences: the art of Picasso, Cubism, Surrealism, the style of Japanese woodcuts, Classicism and Mannerism. He worked as a painter and stage designer as well, and he also worked on illustrations and monumental decoration works. His posters are painting-like, personal artworks. His works show his unique talent in drawing. .