This area of the Buda riverside is called Viziváros (Watertown) and has a hidden beauty, about what the wonderful Hungarian writer, Gyula Krúdy (1878-1933) wrote a lot in his magical novels. Between the proud towers of Mathias Church on the hilltop and its brick-covered counterpart by the riverside, there are secret streets and stone-paved stairs, old romantic houses with long family histories and love-stories behind their delicate lace curtains.

The portions of the photograph 2:1.


Signed, Numbered Edition (24)

Medium: High-end black&gold photography print on fine art metallic archival paper.

  • 60cm x 30cm / 23" x 12" (without white borders)
  • 90cm x 45cm / 35" x 18" (without white borders)
  • 120cm x 60cm / 47" x 23"  (without white borders)
  • 150cm x 75cm / 59" x 29"  (without white borders)


The black and gold Budapest panorama collection is a special development of some carefully picked black and white photographs by Gabor HELYES. Each print is editioned to only twenty-four reproductions regardless of the size. The artist sets pricing as the edition sells, making this portfolio of prints investment pieces. 


Born and living in Budapest, Hungary, Gabor HELYES is a professional Architect and Photographer, who follows the organic principles of his American master, Frank Lloyd Wright. In his photographs, Gabor extends his creative 3D architectural approach to the fourth dimension, Time. He says: 'I am a born Architect, and I remain to be as such a creator in anything I work with. For me designing a whole new building or photographing something existing has no difference: both are once-in-a-lifetime highly personal love experiences. The final fruit of this affair, the Art Piece should reach the highest level both in technical and artistical sense.'


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