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Zsuzsi Roboz

Zsuzsi Roboz (1939 – July 9, 2012) was a London-based Hungarian painter.[1]

Biography

Zsuzsi Roboz was born in Hungary in 1939. She later moved to London, where she pursued a career in painting. Some of her paintings are exhibited at the National Portrait Gallery and at the Tate.

She is best known for her portraits of dancers, musicians and writers.[2]

References

External links

  • Tate


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