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Born in Gerényes, Baranya County Antal Deli studied shortly in Pécs then, seeing no chance of living as an artist, started to work as a house-painter in Dombóvár and later, at an age of 17, in Budapest. A frequent library and museum visitor, he studied at the Industrial Drawing School and then at the Academy of Fine Arts under Károly Ferenczy. He met his future wife Rózsi Bacher at the Nagybánya Artist Colony in 1914. After serving as a soldier in the WWI he continued his studies at the Academy until 1921. He early and mid 20's works show influence of Neo-Classicism. He travelled to Munich, Paris and Italy to study in this period.
His second period, roughly a decade after 1937, is characterized by Constructivist influence. His landscapes and still-lifes mirror monumentalism, not unlike those of Barcsay's. In his final period his lighter and more colorful works show a more relaxed artistry related to, perhaps, the Post-Impressionist movement.
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