“…Choice of theme and style in his art are obviously not accidentally combined. He deliberately takes back to the scene of Hungarian Art Nouveau highlighted by the name of Toroczkai-Wiegand, and only keeps a distant relationship with the Gödöllő school of the beginning of the century.
…We appreciate these paintings of his all the more so as he has found his way back to domestic sources, as opposed to the French-Austrian justification of the recent proliferation of neo-Art Nouveau. “
Hajdú-Bihari Napló, 13 May 1971