(1895 - 1941)
Karoly Patko was active/lived in Hungary, Italy. Karoly Patko is known for tempera painting, graphics, teaching.
He studied first at the art teacher training department of the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts, joining István Réti's class in 1941, and also taught himself at the artist colony of Nagybánya in the summers of 1913 and 1914. He became a graduate student at the Graphic art department in 1922 and 1923.
He took a study tour of Italy and visited Paris, while working in Nagybánya and Felsobányain the mid twenties, and from 1927, participated in the exhibitions of KUT and the Munkácsy Guild regularly form 1927.
Patko spent time in Rome between 1929 and 1932, as a scholarship holder of the Collegium Hungaricum. He began his experiments with the material of painting during this time, using tempera, a medium he then switched to complet ... Displaying 750 of 920 characters.