Michael Victor Meszaros (1945-.) Australia

Biographical Information

Born in Melbourne in 1945, Michael Meszaros is the son of Andor Meszaros. After attaining his Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Melbourne, he studied sculpture in Rome. He specialises in sculpting medallions and works mainly on commission. Meszaros has exhibited since 1970. A major public sculpture includes 'Birds', a large copper welded piece at St James Plaza on Melbourne's St Kilda Road. Meszaros has won several awards in Australia and Europe, and his work is represented in the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery. Edit or add to this biography

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Three relief bronze medallions, Diameter: 10 cm each
Australian and European Paintings, Leonard Joel, Melbourne.
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