I cannot see what you just posted....strange!
I did a google translation on that article, and have got a rough idea of what it is trying to explain (so excuse some wrong grammar!)....
"2012th May 17, at noon in the Hungarian National Gallery building B, the so-called. blind to the huge frame was crucified, about five feet high, three and a half feet wide screen image. The National Museum of artworks owned by the revival after the Royal Palace issued. The plan will be a remarkable place, as the royal family's life will be located in a permanent exhibition.
The restoration was a big help to start the U.S. $ 1.4 million grant application by the Royal Palace operating company, in November 2011, won the National Cultural Museum Professional Kollégiumtól. The amount, however, is only the first renewal of the painting, conservation works on enough so that the authorities hope to continue to obtain the necessary financial support.
Ferenc Deák, the "wise man" died in January 1876. His body was in the ground floor lobby of the Hungarian Academy of ravatalozták, where I paid my tribute to Queen Elizabeth, also a wreath on his knees and prayed descending.
The next day, news of events in the press about cikkeztek that this pathetic scene would capture the poetic and picturesque manner. Trefort Augustine Religion and Education Minister instructed Mihály Zichy (1827-1906) painter, paintings capture a representative to the event.
Living in Paris at that time was not present Zichy Deak's funeral, but it can create a true image, traveled to Budapest. He met with the queen to make a sketch of it and have seen the event wore mourning, the funeral bier of the company was rebuilt in its original location. The artist has captured the moment in the painting, as the queen placing wreaths on the grave.
Mihaly Zichy Paris a year later he sent the picture, but is not shown to the public, because the artist has a cypress branch ráfestette is what Abraham Lincoln said Deak sent to the grave. This was unacceptable to the royal court, so Zichy had to paint the picture.
Completed in the summer of 1877 the "improved version" of Queen Elizabeth and the Deak Ferenc bier his oil paintings placed sixth in the National Museum Gallery hall, known as the Habsburg room for compromise as a symbol of continuity.
A picture of a time of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences issued, and then disappeared from public view. Deteriorated over time painting, now in the National Gallery's store was kept wrapped in a cylinder. History is history, art history information intended to convey ideas, which transfer to the museum's mission is Gödöllő."