1944-49: Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts, Master of Arts: Aurel Bernáth. He is a founding member of the Budapest Pedagogue Fine Art Studio and teaches drawings and biology in metropolitan schools. Since 1957 he has been participating in exhibitions. 1961: He traveled to Italy with a scholarship. Early, somewhat constructivist paintings depicting picturesque works of art and work (shipyard, weaving factory) (Kovácsok, 1962) are compact, combined, dynamic colors, still consciously edited, rather small still lifes, landscapes and enthusiasts. After his first solo exhibition in 1960, he was awarded the Munkácsy Prize in 1961.
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