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Raimund Ritter von Brennerstein Wichera — Portrait of a Woman with a Rose

Raimund Ritter von Brennerstein Wichera — Portrait of a Woman with a Rose

Raimund Wichera’s Portrait of a Woman with a Rose has been donated to Nitra Gallery’s collection by the artist’s niece Malvína Wicherová (born 1886) who inherited the images from the Wichera siblings – her mother Vilemína (born 1858) and uncle Ferdinand (born 1864) who was a photographer.

Giovanni Jacopo (Giacomo) de Rossi — Nitra Castle

Giovanni Jacopo (Giacomo) de Rossi — Nitra Castle

The oldest piece of art in Nitra Gallery’s collection has been transferred from the Regional Museum in Bojnice in July 1965.

Alojz Rigele — Cardinal Pázmány

Alojz Rigele — Cardinal Pázmány

Alojz Rigele was one of the most popular and respected sculptors in Bratislava. In the early 20th century, he helped create the image of Slovakia’s capital and has remained a part of its genius loci until today, including its facades, churches...

(SK) Maroš Rovňák — Kniha ihiel

(SK) Maroš Rovňák — Kniha ihiel

(SK) Maroš Rovňák je umelec, u ktorého je téma smrti jedným z najdôležitejších pilierov v jeho autorskom programe...

Andrej Rudavský, Still-life with a Head

Andrej Rudavský, Still-life with a Head

The work of art in question can be included among other sculptures – heads where the stone nucleus is surrounded, imprisoned by a new threatening world of civilization...

Peter Rónai, Moscow dada

Peter Rónai, Moscow dada

Peter Rónai belongs to the pioneers of videoart in Slovakia and is a multimedia artist working especially on the field of photography, video, pc graphic and multimedia installations in which he often works with self-portrait and its deformation using postmodern and neo-conceptual strategies...

Veronika Rónaiová, Lonely

Veronika Rónaiová, Lonely

Veronika Rónaiová introduces with the oil painting Osamelá/Lonely (Autoidentifikácia) one of her artistic strategies she has begun to develop at the end of the 1990s. It is so called compression based on the principle of repainting her own older paintings. The author de facto uses the principle of the appropriation, but the difference is, she doesn´t usurp the other authors, but uses her own paintings...