Painter. At the College of Fine Arts, he was a student of Oszkár Glatz and Edward Illés Aladár. In 1957 he emigrated to Switzerland. At the same time, he began to work in a new style, which he himself called "metaphysical abstract". He has been attending exhibitions since 1943. In addition to the domestic exhibitions, he also featured a number of American (Los Angeles, Rio de Janeiro) and European (Zurich) cities. In 1958 he became a member of the Parisian Independent Salon and from 1964 he regularly exhibited at the Autumn Salon in Paris. Its creations can be found in various private collections around the world, and an image is preserved by the Berne Modern Museum.