Arrived at the Margit Kovács Museum on the Vastagh György street.
Small front yard of the museum.
Margit Kovács (1902–1977) was a Hungarian ceramist and sculptor.
Margit Kovács; These pictures are from a booklet.
Her works; Potter at the Turning Wheel, Terracotta, 48×42 cm. Adam and Eve in Paradise, 1929, Glazed terracotta, 41 39 cm.
Exhibited works of the Kovács Ceramic Museum
May God Grant… 1942. Terracotta with glaze finish. 115×136 cm.
Exhibition Room of Margit Kovács Museum
Royal Betrothal, 1969, fire-clay painted in engobe, 80 cm. King with a Lamb, 1949-50, Terracotta with incised decoration, 104 cm. The Fates, 1958, Terracotta in engobe and glaze finish, 85 cm.
The “Pound-Cake” Madonna, 1938, Terracotta painted in engobe with incised decoration, 36 cm. Snarling Lion, 1957, Terracotta with engobe and glaze finish, 38 cm. Ulysses, 1967, Fire-clay painted in engobe, 62 cm. Shy Girl, 1947, Terracotta in engobe and glaze finish, 33 cm.
Next Exhibition Room
Cute little statuettes
Unique ornamental bowls
The Nine Enchanted Stags; Cantata Profana. 1969. Fire-clay painted in engobe. 142×76 cm
We were really impressed by works of Margit Kovács. We bought some booklet and postcards in the gift shop and left the museum.
Gift shop of the Margit Kovács Museum. Vastagh György Street. Ice cream shop on the main square. We enjoyed ice cream.
It is time to go back to Budapest.