(1862 - 1938)
Isidore Konti was active/lived in New York / Austria, Italy. Isidore Konti is known for figure, portrait bust, monument and decorative sculpture.
Biography Isidore Konti
Isadore Konti, a sculptor working in the Beaux Arts* tradition of classically-inspired subject matter, was born in Vienna, Austria, in 1862. He studied there with Karl Kundmann and Edmund Von Hellmer. He also studied in Rome.
Konti came to New York City in 1892, and eventually settled in Yonkers, New York, where he lived until his death in 1938. Sculptor Paul Manship was a studio assistant of Konti's in New York City. Konti was a friend of many significant 20th Century sculptors.
Konti created sculpture for several expositions, including the 1893 World's Columbia Exposition in Chicago. He was working at that time with Philip Martiny, a former student of Augustus Saint-Gaudens, who sent Konti to C
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