(1912 - 1996)
Frank Eliscu was active/lived in New York, Florida. Frank Eliscu is known for sport figure sculpture, commemorative medals, camouflage.
Biography Frank Eliscu
Frank Eliscu has created many works of sculpture including the Heisman Trophy, the creation of President Gerald Ford's inaugural medal and the state gift for the late Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev. His sculptures stand in a bank in Rockefeller Center. His Atoms for Peace makes its statement in Ventura, California. A promethean screen, Cascade of Books, is mounted on the front of the James Madison Library of Congress building in Washington, DC. This project took 10 years to complete and in 1985 won him top honors from the National Sculpture Society. The heroic bronze, along with Eliscu's plaque of Uncle Joe Cannon in the same city, has been declared a national monument, and by law can never be removed or changed in any w
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