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1. Cluj-Napoca, 30 August 1969 © Museum of Fine Arts - Hungarian National Gallery

2. Teleki emblem (MNG) © Ludvig Daniella

3. Count Mihály Teleki Széki (1634 - 1690), general of Transylvania, chief advisor to Prince Mihály Apafi I, first lord of Posmuș (Teleki Téka) © Ludvig Daniella

4. Posmuș - the date above the entrance to the house marks the completion of restoration work in 1757 © Ludvig Daniella

5. Posmuș, 1757 - The canopy in the background of the painting is the still existing bog oak. © Ludvig Daniella

6. Damaged statues in the courtyard of Posmuș Castle, April 1974 © Ludvig Daniella

7. He supported the Hungarian theatre in Cluj and was a patron of several Hungarian-language periodicals. Because of his extravagant lifestyle, he was known in the family as the "double poet". His collected manuscript book of poems is preserved in the Manuscript Archives of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA KIK Kt. RUI 4r 43). © Hungarian Academy of Sciences

8. Posmuș, 1825 © Ludvig Daniella

9. Widow of Count Andorné Teleki, Anna Cserényi of Alsóbalázsfalvi (1848-1940), grandmother of the twins - Posmuș, 30 October 1938 (Teleki Téka) © Ludvig Daniella

10. Gateway to Posmuș, 1932 © Ludvig Daniella

11. Posmuș, 1898. The painting stood in the Esterházy House in Cluj-Napoca, the photo is from Andor Teleki's Argentinian memoirs. © Daniella Ludvig

12. Count Andor and Ernő Teleki of Székely, Cluj Napoca, 1902 (Teleki Téka) © Ludvig Daniella

13. Count Ferenc Teleki Széki (1870-1925) Ninth Lord of Posmuș (L.D.) © Ludvig Daniella

14 Count Ferenc Teleki of Szék, Baron Anna Bánffy of Losonczi (1877-1907)(MNG) © Ludvig Daniella

15. Count Ferenc Teleki and his children, Margaret, Ernő, Andor, Cécile, Elisabeth and Fiora, dog, Kolozsborsa, 1903 (Teleki Téka) © Ludvig Daniella

16 Count Ferenc Teleki, Baron Anna Bánffy and their children Elisabeth, Margit, Cecile, Andor and Ernő, Alsóbalázsfalva, 1904 (MNG) © Ludvig Daniella

17. Riders, from left the 2. gr. Teleki Mathilde, 3. gr. Teleki Pál, 4. gr. Teleki Ferenc, 5. gr. Teleki Domokosné Teleki Edina, 7. br. Endre Bánffy, Posmuș, 1910 (L.D.) © Ludvig Daniella

18. Ernő Teleki at the restoration of St. Michael's Church, Cluj Napoca, 1957 (L.D.) © Ludvig Daniella

19 Count Ernő Teleki under the oak tree, Posmuș, 24 July 1942 (MNG) © Ludvig Daniella

20 Count Ernő Teleki in front of the oak, Posmuș, 24 July 1942 (MNG) © Ludvig Daniella

21 Portrait of Ernő Teleki, print by László Darkó. Cluj Napoca, 8 January 1958 (MNG) © Ludvig Daniella

22. Count Ernő Teleki, Posmuș, 1932 (Teleki Téka) © Ludvig Daniella

23. Count Ernő Teleki, Posmuș, January 1932 (Teleki Téka) © Ludvig Daniella

24. Fellow prisoners in a forced prison, Aurel Popa, Ernő Teleki, Teofil Ghiuriţan, Măcin, 1953 (L.D.) © Ludvig Daniella

25 Ernő Teleki in front of St. Michael's Church, Cluj Napoca, August 1957 (MNG) © Ludvig Daniella

26. Print of Imre Nagy depicting Ernő Teleki (L.D.) © Ludvig Daniella

27. Tibor Erdős, painter, ink drawing of Posmuș © Ludvig Daniella

29. The Great Encounter, Ernő Teleki and Andor, 17 Arany János Street, Cluj Napoca, 20 Nov 1974 (L.D.) © Ludvig Daniella

30. Andor Teleki in Ernő Teleki's apartment. On the wall, painting by Miklós Szentkirályi of the entrance of the Posmuș Castle with the two statues of the Vows, 17 Arany János Street, Cluj Napoca, 20 Nov 1974 (L.D.) © Ludvig Daniella

31. Count Ernő Teleki, Posmuș, Pentecost 1943 (MNG) © Ludvig Daniella

32. Count Ernő Teleki, Posmuș, 1932 (Teleki Téka) © Ludvig Daniella

33. Count Ernő Teleki, Posmuș, 30 October 1938 (Teleki Téka) © Ludvig Daniella

34. Count Ernő Teleki at the Posmuș gateway, Pentecost 1943 (MNG) © Ludvig Daniella

35. Count Ernő Teleki at Posmuș, Pentecost 1943 (MNG) © Ludvig Daniella

36. Posmuș, construction site, 1937 © Ludvig Daniella

37. Posmuș courtyard, detail, 24 July 1942 © Ludvig Daniella

38. Posmuș, the rebuilt part of the building, 30 October 1938 © Ludvig Daniella

39. Posmuș, salon with the votive statues, 1941 © Ludvig Daniella

40. Interior of Posmuș with the statues of the Conception, 1941 © Ludvig Daniella

41. Posmuș, salon, on the left the Haller coat of arms from the Haller manor in Kaplyon, the statue of the vow is from the former demolished chapel, 24 July 1942 © Ludvig Daniella

42. Interior of Posmuș, 24 July 1942 © Ludvig Daniella

43. Posmuș, 24 July 1942 © Ludvig Daniella

44. Posmuș, salon, 30 October 1938 © Ludvig Daniella

45. Posmuș, the pipe-smoking salon with the statue of the vow, 1942 © Ludvig Daniella

46. Măcin, 3 November 1954 © Museum of Fine Arts - Hungarian National Gallery

47. Măcin, 13 February 1954 © Museum of Fine Arts - Hungarian National Gallery

48. Măcin, 5 February 1955 © Museum of Fine Arts - Hungarian National Gallery

49. Măcin, 22 November 1954 (MNG) © Museum of Fine Arts - Hungarian National Gallery

50. Vision of Posmuș (returning dream), Cluj Napoca, 27 August 1965 © Museum of Fine Arts - Hungarian National Gallery

51. Măcin, 20 January 1954 © Museum of Fine Arts - Hungarian National Gallery

52. New Year's Eve, Măcin, 1 December 1953 © Museum of Fine Arts - Hungarian National Gallery

53. Metal sculpture of Ernő Teleki © Museum of Fine Arts - Hungarian National Gallery

54. © Museum of Fine Arts - Hungarian National Gallery

55. Everything is relative. Cluj Napoca, 23 October 1965 © Museum of Fine Arts - Hungarian National Gallery

5.6 Still life, Cluj Napoca, 30 July 1965 © Museum of Fine Arts - Hungarian National Gallery

57. Cluj Napoca, 31 March 1967 © Museum of Fine Arts - Hungarian National Gallery

58. Operetta finale, prima donna in the central place (heralded by a rabbit with a merry tail) © Museum of Fine Arts - Hungarian National Gallery

59. Măcin, 21 July 1954 © Museum of Fine Arts - Hungarian National Gallery

60. Drawing by Ernő Teleki. Photo caption "Medical treatment surprisingly drastic!!" Cluj Napoca, 9 September 1965 © Museum of Fine Arts - Hungarian National Gallery

61. Drawing by Ernő Teleki, Cluj Napoca, 16 April 1970 © Museum of Fine Arts - Hungarian National Gallery

62 Still Life, Cluj Napoca, 30 July 1965 © Museum of Fine Arts - Hungarian National Gallery

63. 28 March 1946 © Museum of Fine Arts - Hungarian National Gallery

64. Cluj Napoca, 7 November 1965 © Museum of Fine Arts - Hungarian National Gallery

65. If it had ears, it would go mad. Măcin, 6 November 1953 © Museum of Fine Arts - Hungarian National Gallery

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