Hungarian painter; born at Budapest in 1861. He was a pupil of Rauscher, Gregusz, and Szekely at the national model school of design, and later studied at the Munich Academy under Raupp, Hackl, Seitz, and Herterich, completing his education at Berlin, Paris, and London. He devoted himself especially to portraits, and received the Munich gold medal in 1887. His paintings include: "Alone in the Woods"; "Ludwig II. on His Funeral Bier"; "Forest Idyls"; and "Sunset on the Lake of Constance."

  • Singer, Allgemeines Künstler-Lexicon, v.,s.v.
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