In his paintings, new-realistic ambition melts with surrealistic tones. He has numerous works of art in connection with architecture: wood inlays, mosaics, and stained glass.
Beside his successful activity as a painter, since the 1960s he has been interested in stage-design and has become one of Europe’s best in this media. He is a professor at the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts, and the University of Theatre and Film Arts.
Since 1951 he has exhibited internationally, having over forty one-man shows. His works are found in major Hungarian museums, such as the HUNGARIAN NATIONAL GALLERY, KING ST. STEPHEN MUSEUM , and the CHRISTIAN MUSEUM. There are numerous public and private collections of his works in Germany, Italy, Austria, Belgium, France, and the USA.
1955-1958 Derkovits Scholarship
1958 Palasso Strozzi, Florence
1971 King St. Stephen Museum, Székesfehérvár
1973-1986 Exhibition Tour, Italy
1974, 1981 Bari
1989 Christian Museum, Esztergom
1990, 1991 Paris
1990 Instituto Filippin, Italy
1992 Camposampiero, Italy
Fresco (1959, Budapest, X. district., U.-Sibrik Nicholas Elementary School)
Mosaics (1960, Budapest, Heim Pál Children's Hospital)
Marquetry (1964, Kecskemét, Park Restaurant)
Stained glass windows (1965, Salgótarján Karancs Hotel)
Mosaic (1965, Budapest, XI. district., Erd travel Elementary School)
Marquetry (1966, Budapest, Hungarian National Theatre)
Marquetry (1967, National Council of Trade Unions, Ship Holiday)
Mosaic (1967, Székesfehérvár, artificial light)
Marquetry (1969, Zalaegerszeg, City Council Chambers)
Marquetry (1970, Keszthely, Bacchus Hotel)
Marquetry (1973, Budapest, National Council of the Patriotic People's Front)
Glass window (1973, Sopron, Sopron Brewery)
Marquetry (1975, Hévíz Thermal Hotel)
Stained glass windows (1978 beads, Mátra Community Centre)
Marquetry (1982, Budapest, Atrium Hyatt Hotel)
Marquetry (1984, Budapest, MAFILM)
Marquetry (1986, Budapest, XVII. district., Dózsa Culture House)
Marquetry (1987, Kaposvár, Agricultural College).
1955 Derkovits Fellowship Award
2011 The Hungarian Order of Merit Cross of the Star
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