Sándor Bortnyik (July 3, 1893 –
December 31, 1976) was a Hungarian painter and graphic designer. His
work was greatly influenced by Cubism, Expressionism and
Constructivism. He moved to Weimar in 1922 and was connected to the
Bauhaus. When he moved back to Hungary he founded an art school
(Workshop) in Budapest, where he followed Bauhaus principles.
Bortnyik is well known for his
commercial posters. During his long career he worked for many
Hungarian and international clients. The most famous works are the
advertising images for Modiano cigarette firm. He was also the
director of Hungarian Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design
The New Eve, 1924
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