Oil on canvas, 68 x 49 cm, signed at upper left corner "Naray".
Under velvet frame.
This work of a mother and child can be dated in the 1930s, when Naray developed a typology of seated Madonnas based on Renaissance models, which oscillate between the Mythological sphere and his own deeply-rooted Christian devotion. The velvet frame sensitively accentuates the softness of motherhood. Naray's paintings cover the walls of museums in Budapest, Johannesburg, Bombay and St Louis.
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