Csaba Kiss is the son of a renowned mural painter. His first teacher was a good friend of his father, Imre Vincellier, who is today one of the most famous painters in Hungary (Primissima 2013). Further studies followed at the School of Art in Szeged 1985-1989 and the Academy of Art in Szombathely from 1989-1995, where he obtained a diploma as Professor of Drawing.
Kiss developed a real passion for photorealism, which has brought him exceptional success because of his extraordinary ability to draw. He has done paintings for world renowned companies such as Coca Cola, Pepsi and various breweries, including one mural 60 metres high. He has held exhibitions in Russia (Ekatarinenburg, Irkutsk and Oriel) and Austria (Vienna & Graz).
In 2002 Kiss got a commission from the Order of the Societas Sancti Francisci Salesii to go to Argentina to restore churches and paint frescos in new buildings. Further commissions followed for the Missions in Bolivia (San Carlos and La Paz), Uruguay (Montevideo) and Brasil (Sorocaba & Tiete).
As well as his photorealism, Kiss has become well known for his stunning still life paintings. Less precise but more lyrical, he uses a delicate colour scheme to create an intimate atmosphere to enchant the viewer.