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Saturday Volcano Art taking a break 18 October 2009

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Volcano matchbox label: 'Keppel Szoval'

The Volcanism Blog’s ever-popular Saturday Volcano Art feature is taking a break this week: pressure of work is the reason. Back next Saturday.

(For volcano matchbox labels, see here.)

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1. Monika - 21 October 2009

Yeeeah, it is Hungarian! (I am Hungarian too :-)) The text says (keeping the rows as the original image has them):
In words and pictures
the events of our world
in a nutshell

2. Monika - 21 October 2009

By the way we Hungarians had a genious painter, Tivadar Csontvary Kosztka, he was a great fan of ancient locations, so visited Taormina too. Here is his painting: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/4/4a/Kosztka_Csontv%C3%A1ry_%E2%80%93_A_taorminai_g%C3%B6r%C3%B6g_sz%C3%ADnh%C3%A1z_romjai.PNG
He painted this image in 1901.

3. admin - 24 October 2009

Thanks for bringing Csontvary to my attention! He now has an edition of Saturday Volcano art all to himself:

https://volcanism.wordpress.com/2009/10/24/saturday-volcano-art-tivadar-kosztka-csontvary-ruins-of-the-greek-theatre-at-taormina-1904-5/


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