He graduated from the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts in 1980. His masters were Károly Kerti and Pál Gerzson. He makes paintings, graphic art works and objects. He is a regular exhibitor at solo and group shows. He received the special prize awarded by MAOSZ at the National Landscape Biennial in 2000 and the first prize of the National Water and Life Fine Art Biennial in 2009. His works can be found in the Hungarian National Gallery in Budapest, the Domonkos Kuny Museum in Tata and in the collection of the Directorate of Pest County Museums in Szentendre.
73 × 118 cm
photograph: Miklós Sulyok