Pásztó | 1975
"The painting of Máté Takács uncommonly sensitive, emotional, but not in the least sentimental. He knows much about suffering. The living creature - it makes no difference if it is a human or an animal, can equally suffer from the lack of freedom, from defencelessness, from the actual state of the world. This is an extraordinarily, remarkable artistic normal position, the pictures of Takács are thought-provoking and what is more, they can be liked at first sight."