Still life by Sigimund Bacso, a Hungarian artist who painted at the turn of the 20th century and worked primarily in Budapest and Vienna. During the heyday of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, he become very popular with the upper class, for whom he did an extensive amount of work. Known for his genre and still life subjects, he exhibited at the Budapest Art Museum and the Vienna Fine Arts Institute. Signed lower right and housed in the original frame. Inscribed on verso and dated 1907.