Hungarian sights on the paintings of a Polish artist
Posted by Mia Balogh · Feb 7, 2019

One of these paintings would be a beautiful memory of Hungary in your living room, right?

Wiesław Grąziowski’s name is not easy to memorise but it is definitely worth it: the 61 years old Polish artist mainly works with watercolour and captures the famous monuments of European cities like Paris, Prague and some Hungarian towns like Eger and Visegrád, and of course the famous sights of Budapest.

On Pixabay, you can find his painting about the Parliament Building, Buda Castle, Széchenyi Bath, Vajdahunyad Castle and St. Stephen’s Basilica, for example.

Click here to see more from the artist:

Which one is your favourite? ;)

Source: Daily News Hungary

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