From the big hall we get to the so called “yellow room”. In front of the window we see the black pirobazalt nudity of Zsuzsanna in the bath (1922) on a short postament. She is huddling up and covering herself with a mantle to protect herself from curious eyes. The lively, cheerful portrait of Róbert Nádler’s wife (1926) was made from a coloured, glazed type of pirobazalt.
On an old piano lays the white cast death mask of Ottokár Prohászka, the Bishop of Székesfehérvár, who died in 1927.
A small room opens to the left from the yellow room where, beyond another copy of the shamefaced, we find a portrait of the painter Ede Ballo. He was a friend and a teacher colleague of Bory, and he was probably an example too as he absolutely respected the “old ones”. Ede Ballo (1859-1936) became famous for his knowledge of Velazquez and other Dutch masters and also his copies of their pictures. His huge collection of copies was displayed in the Museum of Fine Arts.
The family tree of the Bory family can be seen in this room as well.