Ferenc Sebök

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SEBOK Ferenc is artist painter and composer of classical music. He obtained several prizes as well as in composition and painting.

He trained a time painting in Liège (B.A.) before training iconography at Saint Seraphim of Sarov and with a hungarian master. He began with landscapes in 1971, but also painted other subjects : nudes, marines, portraits before discovering symbolism in the 90th. He is wellknown with his Boards of Logde and his famous works about geometry where you can find esoterism, allegory.

Mediums : gouache, ink, oil, pencil, acrylic, oil pastel. Others subjects : the periods of dictature in Hungary. He is also interested by abstraction with geometric representations using gilding.

His music, influenced by hungarian and transylvanian patterns, is edited in Belgium, France and Italy. Paintings in private collections, culture houses or museums.


Prizes :


+ Song Expo, Benelux international song & culture festival 2001 (Nl):

Medal for classical composition

Medal as best entry for Belgium


+ Song Expo 2002 : 2 medals.


+ Song Expo 2003 : 2 medals.


+ 2001, Festival of Cannes (F) :

Sabam selected his fantasy 18 for piano.

Collective CD of selected composers.


+ International violin contest Henri Koch 2004,

he composed the imposed score opus 67 for violin and piano.


+ 1977 : Phoenix Works prize of painting


+ 1978 : Cockerill prize of painting


+ 2008 : International contest of painting REGARDS, Nevers, France, 2nd prize.

 + 2009 : Grand Prix Pieter Paul Rubens à Florence (It)

 + 2009 : International Art Award Leonardo da Vinci, Lecce (It)

 + 2009 : Premio speciale Diritti Umani - Human Rights Award Martin Luther King

 + 2009 : 3ème Prix Transparence, Nevers

 + 2009 : Premio Alba, Diploma di merito, Ferrara (It)


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