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English: Nikola Šubić Zrinski's Charge from the Fortress of Szigetvár
Magyar: Zrínyi kirohanása Szigetvárból
Date 1825
Medium oil on canvas
Dimensions Height: 455 cm (179.1 in). Width: 645 cm (253.9 in).
Source/Photographer Mikó Árpád – Sinkó Katalin (szerk): Történelem-Kép, Szemelvények múlt és művészet kapcsolatáról Magyarországon, A Magyar Nemzeti Galéria kiadványai 2000/3, cat. no.: IX-2 ( Magyar Digitális Múzeumi Könyvtár)


Description Nikola Šubić Zrinski's Charge from the Fortress of Szigetvár
Oil on canvas, 455 x 645 cm

The scene is the sortie of Count Nikola Šubić Zrinski, Ban (Viceroy) of Croatia, and his men, the heroic defenders of the castle of Szigetvár, against the besieging Turks in 1566, in which Zrinski lost his life. The painting had been commissioned by the Vienna court, and currently held at the Hungarian National Gallery in Budapest.

Date 1825
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