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After studies in Nuremberg and at the Academy of Fine Arts, Munich, he studied at the Polytechnic University in Vienna. Following his graduation, he was awarded a stipend by József Eötvös that enbled him to study abroad.
Upon his return, he was appointed as a teacher at the Royal Drawing School. He painted with a loosely Academic approach and was heavily influenced by German art. In terms of subject matter, he tended to prefer simple, cheerful scenes; mostly from family life. In his later years, he created some realistic landscapes. His favorite areas in which to paint were those around Lake Balaton.
Many of his works may be seen at the Hungarian National Museum.
- Biographical notes @ Budapest Aukcio
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