Painter. Originally a sculptor, he became interested in painting because of his love for nature. His teachers were Jenő Bory, then in the 1910s Gyula Aggházy, Antal Neogrády and Róbert Nádler. He made study trips to Italy and Germany. His father, Károly Miksa Reissmann was also a painter, and as a result, he began to deal with landscape painting. From 1912 he participated in the exhibitions of the National Salon mainly with his watercolor paintings. She made flower still life and street scenes, but most of her paintings are of Lake Balaton.