He graduated from the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts in 1974. His masters were Szilárd Iván and Károly Raszler. He has had numerous solo and group exhibitions since the 1970s. He won the Gold Medal at the exhibition of the Cagnes-sur Mer 13e Festival International de la Peinture in 1981 and the scholarship of the Hungarian Academy in Rome in 1994. He was a guest artist at the Villa Romana of Florence in 1998. He received the Munkácsy Award in 2009. His works can be found in the MUMOK in Vienna, the Neue Galerie am Landesmuseum Joanneum-Graz, the Maurer Museum in Berlin and the Ludwig Forum in Aaachen, the Museum of Fine Arts, the Ludwig Museum and the Hungarian National Gallery in Budapest as well as other Hungarian and foreign collections.
pencil on paper
28 × 24 cm