11 facts about Tamas Galambos

By Gwylym Owen

Tamas Galambos (born 1939, Budapest, Hungary) is a Hungarian contemporary artist. His 1981 painting ‘Summer’ is featured on the book lid of the Penguin Classics edition of One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel García Márquez. This flourishing book lid design is also within reach in a trailer format. Another of his main works, the Trojan Horse (1994) is on the cover of the archives course book Antiquity 1, published by Oxford University Press.

Tamas Galambos is one of five artists representing Hungarian contemporary art in an introductory piece by the Bridgeman Art Library.

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