Bela Kron (Hungary, 1884-1965). An early twentieth century Hungarian painter and etcher, Bela Kron studied art techniques at the Budapest Academy. During the First World War (1914-1918) Kron served with the military in Macedonia. After the end of the war, Kron spent a great deal of time in Italy. Views of Florence, Venice, and Rome are known to be created by him during the 1920's.
Etching on paper, framed (with glass). Pencil signed by the artist on the lower right edge.