LASLO JANOS BESZEDES BRONZE SCULPTURE AT JENNMAUR GALLERY  
     
  LASLO JANOS BESZEDES (HUNGARIAN 1874-1922)  
 

Laszlo Janos Beszedes was both a painter and a sculptor. He studied under  Mátra Louis in Budapest and then moved to Munich, (where he studied a the Academy of Fine Arts). Then he studied art in Paris and also took an expedition to the  French colonies. After returning to Budapest he made it his permanent home in 1923 . The present sculpture of Joseph  also exists in the National Gallery in Budapest and is one of his most strong and expressive works. "Whiskey Thoughts" is very typical of his Hungarian depictions of the 20's working man.

Ref: Magyar Szobrasok Adattára by László Szegedi

 
     
 
Laszlo Janos Beszedes (Hungarian 1874 -1922 ),"Joseph the Slave of Arimathea", Circa 1908, signed, bronze  
Dimensions: 20 inches high

 

 
     
   
 
     
Laszlo Janos Beszedes (Hungarian 1874 -1922 ),"Whisky Thoughts", signed bronze circa 1900
Dimensions :17&3/4 inches high