“…His warm, soft hues, which barely conveyed the drama of contrasts with the desired tension, radiated even more unlimitedly the love of the homely landscape – the homeliness of the beloved landscapes. Of course, this homeliness merged with beauty with the beauty motif, color, form.
Imre Égerházi gave up the external enrichment, the role of light and shadow, the illusion of the sensual completeness of detail. He enforced the order of homogeneous rhythm in form, color, and structure, fusing the creative elements into it. His paintings and drawings have become so clear, pure and precise.“
Népszava, 1983. I. 28.