The painter Gyula Rajkovics has just arrived at planet earth.
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Beatrix Queen of the Netherlands (30 April 1980 – 30 April 2013)
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Gyula Rajkovics painting a portret of her majesty Queen Beatrix with music of Frederic Chopin.
The director of the “Rijksmuseum” (Amsterdam) Wim Pijbes opens the worlds first “Green museum” in park 16Hoven (Rotterdam). To celebrate this event the painter Gyula Rajkovics gave away a painting about the “museumbuilding in green” for a good purpose to save worlds nature.
Ecological disaster in Kolontar (Hungary). This painting of the village Kolontar symbolises the destruction of the most basic things in human life (House-trees-animals- etc.) People are running away from home and try to save essentials of living. This picture remembers us to guard over nature.
The future of our planet is crucial for humanity.
Overschie The future of the planet earth and the destiny of the next generation is in our hands.
More and more countries and scientists do agree that a green nature is the key to the future on earth. Man is not allowed to pile disasters for generations to come and bring unreapairable damage to grounds seas and air. The nuclear dissaster in Japan showed us that it was very close, and people were without direct solution to the problem.
The oil-leak in the golf of Mexico and the bauxietmudslide in Kolontar (Hungary) did atrackt a justified attention of the earthpopulation. People in Overschie are also participating in the green nature. In the recent past Wim Pijbes (director of the Amsterdam Rijksmuseum) opened the worlds first green museum in Overschie. The Rotterdam painter Gyula Rajkovics is someone who likes to paint with a green brush when the subject is nature.
On his weblog he did put a litho with the name ” the last man stand ”
The picture ( made in the Rotterdam artschool in 1978) represents a muscled skelet that survived a nuclear disaster. Gyula made this picture long before the Tsjernobyl tragedy.
When you ask the woried painter for solutions to save nature Gyula likes to vote for generating electric energy on a big scale using the tides of the sea with turbines.
Gyula Rajkovics 11-05-2011
This interpretation of Vincent van Gogh’s world famous painting:
“The Potato-eaters” is made by Gyula Rajkovics to give an impression of the hungry and poor population in Europe and in the world today.
In memoriam the local priest K.J.Harder (1946-2009)
The singer Andre Hazes ( I write my own songs….. ) 1951/2004
The “scream” of Luciano Pavarotti (1935-2007)
Pilgrimfatherschurch in Delfshaven (Rotterdam)
Painter waiting for a goal.
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