Floral Beauty by Hungarian artist Gyula Siska. Gyula Siska was born in 1958 in Szamosszeg, Hungary. His father was an artist and a professor of Fine Art. Gyula Siska graduated from the Art School of Fine Arts and Industrial Design, and the Hungarian University of Fine Arts. Gyula started work as restorer in the Hungarian National Gallery and later in the Szechenyi National Library. He improved his style of painting working as a restorer. During this period he studied the old masters of the 17th and 18th Century, particularly the 17th Century Master Jan Davidsz de Heem (1606-1683). He started painting very detailed still life and floral subjects using a traditional technique. Beautiful paintings of Hungarian artist Gyula Siska have been exhibited in Hungary since 1985 and are now being collected worldwide.
When the Pope visited Budapest, Siska created an extraordinary work of art. In a creative duo with a sculptor, they made a circular copy of the famous Shroud of Turin, using mixed media technique of bronze casting and photography. Private collectors in Europe and America continue to acquire the beautiful artwork of Siska for over 20 years. His stunningly beautiful paintings have been exhibited throughout Europe.
Floral Beauty by Hungarian artist Gyula Siska