(1891, Kelemenfolvo village, Austria- Hungary – 1955, Uzhgorod, Ukrainian SSR)
1915 – Graduated from the Budapest Academy of Fine Arts (teacher I. Reves, Frans).
1916 – Lived and worked in Mukachevo.
1922-1926 – Improved art skills in Munich.
1924 – As the artist is present at the trial of the leaders of Beer Hall Putsch – first Nazis, making sketches for the newspaper from the courtroom.
1926 – Moving to Uzhgorod.
1927 – Together with Josip Bokshay founded Uzhgorod art school.
1931 – Organized Society of Fine Arts in Carpathian Ruthenia.
1929-1931 – Lived and worked in Prague, Rome and Paris.
1945-1955 – Teacher at the Uzhgorod College of Applied Arts.
1931 – 1949 – Head of Transcarpathian association of artists at the time of the Czechoslovak Republic. Was the first director in the Carpathian region of artistic and academic institution.
1946 – One of the founders and the first chairman of the Transcarpathian regional organization.
Member of the National Union of Artists of Ukraine