Hajduhadház: 1926. Cover by Sandor Nagy. In origibnal paper. 82,p. Fine condition.
Sándor Nagy (Németbánya, May 18, 1868 – Gödöllő, March 14, 1950) was a Hungarian painter and graphic designer. He was the embodiment of that type of artist who, while accepting anachronism, faithfully stuck to the ideals he found in his youth. In accordance with the Art Nouveau program, he cultivated several branches of art. Together with Aladar Körösfői-Kriesch, he is one of the founders of the Gödöllő artist colony. The artist colony The Gödöllő artist colony was created following the spirit of the English Arts and Crafts Movement, whose operation was based on the traditional unity of arts and crafts. The efforts and artistic ideas of the two shaped the image of this single organized association created in the spirit of the Hungarian Art Nouveau. Following Ruskin, they believed that "every manifestation of life must be given an artistic content", and they believed in the life-renewing and purifying role of art.