“…He is the child of Hajdúság, but he is not only lovestruck by the narrower homeland, but also of distant landscapes. The painter of the houses and people of Hajdúság is at home in the landscapes of Gyimes and Gyergyó, in the surrounding silence of the mountains, and with his art he creates a home for us in it. It combines new features of Art Nouveau with features close to folk art.
…The thematic richness of his painting, his special stylistic tools, his rich world of experiences are reflected back from his works through always understandable simplification.
The decorativeness of the representation in the plane, in two dimensions, is divided into large blocks by its lines, which fit into the structural order emphasizing the essence, and at the same time unite the spectacle.
The stylized forms are arranged on this plane, in an accurate and disciplined compositional order. This artistic expression is also special and ancient, it moves and brings to life the depicted ones with the momentum of line drawing. The aspirations of folk art and the ancient features of it are combined into the present, the current and the artistic in his paintings…”
Dr. László Gazda
FROM THE FOREWORD OF THE CATALOGUE OF THE KARCAG EXHIBITON IN 1986