Pal Fried – Old/Nude Female Portraits
Pál Fried (16 June 1893, Hungary – 6 March 1976, New York City) is a well-known Hungarian artist of the 20th century whose art is mostly associated with nude female portraits. In Fried’s works one can easily trace the typical features of the French Impressionist School of Renoir and Degas. Apart from portraits, Freid also painted landscapes, seascapes and views of Paris. After his post-war immigration to the United States, Fried opened a new chapter in his creative life by painting cowboys and typical landscapes of the American West.
Today we would like to introduce you the most impressive part of Fried’s works ‒ his nude female portraits. Painted in one and the same bold loose style, all his portraits bear the touch of individuality of each model. Fried named his paintings after them, which was another non-artistic way to describe a personality: Francine, Carmen, Annabelle ‒ these names burst your imagination and make the paintings even more attractive. Look at these women: they are of different age, nationality, occupation but in each of them Fried managed to discover sensuality and beauty and make them evident for the viewer.
Discover nude female portraits by Pal Fried in our collection today.
Nude Female Portraits