(1884, Győr - 1987, Australia)
He was still a university student reading mathematics, when be began to paint, exhibiting his pictures in the Palace of Exhibitions and in the National Salon in 1905 and 1906. He went to Paris in 1906 an artist group called the Society of Seekers was formed in Orbán's studio in Budapest, organizing exhibitions under the name "The Eights" after 1911. During the First World War the artist served in the Army, and although he took part in the work of the Art Directory during the Council Republic of 1919, he decided not to emigrate after is fall. He spent the years 1925 and 1926 in Paris.
Beginning with the 1920s he published articles on art; in 1931 he founded a school and workshop of design. In 1939 he emigrated to Australia, where he continued in art education, running a private college after 1942. He died at the age of hundred and two.
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