More than a half-century lasting creation of Anton/Antal Jaszusch (1882-1965) grew out of postimpressionist premises. The artist created his personally understood painter's expression, comprised of art deco segments, fed mainly by the art of two-dimensional decor and reminiscences of plain-air and impressionistic painting. In the years 1920-1924 - as a result of the horrors of World War I - he created a large collection of thematic paintings concerning existential questions of man, meaning of life and a man's place on Earth and also in the Universe as well as of the character and also ethical mission of a man, which belongs among the top fine art manifestations of the 20th century in Slovakia.
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