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Munkácsy

[moo n-kah-chi] /ˈmʊn kɑ tʃɪ/
noun
1.
Mihály von
[mi-hahy fuh n] /ˈmɪ haɪ fən/ (Show IPA),
(Michael Lieb) 1844–1900, Hungarian painter.
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  • James Tissot and munkacsy come in for a critical flagellation.

    Egoists James Huneker
  • Probably no one has painted that scene so well as has munkacsy, Plate 141.

    The Great Painters' Gospel Henry Turner Bailey
  • munkacsy, Plate 149, gives us a picture of the retreating soldiers after the awful deed has been done.

    The Great Painters' Gospel Henry Turner Bailey

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