June 19, 1828
|Died||March 11, 1899(aged 70)|
Born at Óbecse, he was educated in Italy and Vienna beside his cooperation with similar famous painters in his homeland. He worked in a realistic – pre-impressionist style. His subjects were mostly historic events and portraits but also mythological or fantasy themes. His painted frescos which decorate several prominent public buildings in Budapest.
Young Woman Wearing a Renascence Dress, 1886 (private collection)
- Visnyovszki, Gábor (1996). Stamps. Budapest: Állami Nyomda. p. 85.
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