“In 1959, the Globe and Mail’s influential Art Critic, Pearl McCarthy noted Marosan as a leading abstract painter in Europe and his work as being  the best abstracts  she has seen in years”. “In 1960, Pearl McCarthy cited Marosan as an investment worthy artist whose abstracts have won much respect and she lists him with leading artists such as Jean-Paul Riopelle and Harold Town.”
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Julius Marosan (1915-2003)

At the Kieselbach Gallery, Budapest, Hungary on October 6, 2014, a painting by Julius Marosan, entitled, Amongst the Mountains sold for a record price of $32,320 USD.

ALL of the Marosan Art collected by the Wellington Gallery was purchased directly from the Artist before he died and comes with a Photo of the Artist holding the painting for Ultimate Provenance. Gallery Owner , Emil Simon, was a personal friend of the Artist.

 

The art of Julius Marosán is actively collected by private art collectors and prestigious galleries around the world including:

  • The Art Gallery of Ontario
  • Chiltem Gallery, London, England
  • City Museum, Budapest
  • City of Vienna collection
  • Fine Arts Museum, Budapest
  • Gemeentemuseum
  • The Hague
  • The National Gallery of Canada
  • Medal Museum, Brussels

The culimination of Marosan's success in Canada as a designer of medals came in 1971, when he participated in the exhibition of "Ten Contemporary Canadian Medalists" organized by de Pédery-Hunt at the Public Archives of Canada in Ottawa. Governor General Roland Mitchener purchased nine of Marosan's medals form this exhibition. The medals being offered by the Wellington Gallery are from this special exhibition.

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