Imre Varga is a Hungarian sculptor, painter, designer and graphic artist. He is regarded as one of Hungary’s most important living artists born in 1923 and he has been called one of the most skilled sculptors in Hungary.
He created a wide array of works – ranging from statues of Vladimir Lenin to the Holocaust, to the statues of Francis II. Rákoczi, Raul Wallenberg, Sir Winston Churchill and Béla Bartók to Konrad Adenauer and Charles de Gaulle.
About 300 of his works are now exhibited in nine countries.
His permanent exhibition is located in an old building and garden in Old Buda.