Ágnes Lénárd: Festészet pengére hangszerelve [Painting orchestrated to blade] (official website of Cegléd, August, 06, 2011, www.cegledinfo.hu)
Czinege: A matematika festőisége [Picturesqueness of Mathematics] (Ceglédi Kék Újság, August, 10, 2011)
Gábor P. Rónai: Tudós a DUÓ Galériában [Scholar in the DUÓ Gallery] (Ceglédi Panoráma, August, 12, 2011)
Five paintings (in: Mrs. Imreh, Margit Sebestyén: ?Handbook of the World of Imagination (Drawing and Visual Culture) for 9th Grade Text Book", 2012, p. 19. and p. 105.)
AdamRos: Interview with Peter Antos (Pest Megyei Hírhatár, March, 29, 2013)
I was born in Budapest in 1948.
I graduated from Eötvös Lóránd University, Department of Mathematics, in 1972. I taught mathematics and computer science at the Technical University, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Department of Mathematics for 15 years.
The painter Lóránd Sárkány was my first art teacher; he remained my mentor for many years. I continued my education in graphic arts and painting at the Dési Huber Circle of Fine Arts under the tutelage of Ervin Tamás in the 1960s.
Throughout my whole career I have combined the rationality of mathematics and the irrationality of art. Although this is considered a paradox for many, for me the two enhance and complement each other.
I generally paint in oil using a technique I developed in the 1970s. Instead of a brush, I apply the paint with pieces of blades which results in a unique and special surface.
Although I had been painting for a long time, I presented my first exhibit to the public at the invitation of the Duna pArt Gallery in 2005. Since then I have exhibited my work regularly independently and in group exhibits.
I have been listed in Who is Who in Hungary (Hübner's Who is Who) since 2009.
In 2012 the Mayor's Office of Veresegyház purchased my painting, "Ketten" [The Two of Us] which can still be seen on the wall of the small meeting room.
In 2012 Five of my paintings appeared in the ?Handbook of the World of Imagination (Drawing and Visual Culture) for 9th Grade Text Book" published by Mrs. Imreh, Margit Sebestyén.