is a Romanian artist currently living in Cluj-Napoca, Romania. He graduated from the University of Art and Design in Cluj-Napoca in 2015 and is already attracting a lot of attention of his
portraiture and figurative paintings.
Through his practice, he explores themes of inequality, monetary systems, and the concept of democracy. His subjects are often children, animals, and the poor and disenfranchised. He works with a moody, dark color palette, and many of his paintings can be considered a contemporary reinterpretation of the Old Masters. László has exhibited in both Romania and Hungary, including three solo shows at the Erzsébet Room, Minerva House, and Corvin Mathias House, Romania.
More about László Máthé and his works here.