After attending the free school of Artur Podolini-Volkmann, he studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Budapest from 1928 to 1933, in the class of János Vaszary and István Csók. As a scholarship student in Rome he studied fresco painting. He was a member of the UME, and during the 1930s he worked regularly at the Szolnok Artists' Centre. In the course of time he worked exclusively in sculpture. In 1948 he settled in Italy, later living in Johannesburg. Literature. László L. MENYHÉRT. o László L. MENYHÉRT.