(1880 - 1954)
Jeno (Jean) Juszko was active/lived in New York / Hungary. Jeno Juszko is known for portrait sculpture, medallions.
Biography Jeno Juszko
A sculptor noted for portrait busts of famous personages, especially World War I figures such as General John J. Pershing and Marshal Ferdinand Foch, Jeno Juszko was Hungarian born and settled in New York City. There he was a WPA artist. His bust of General George Henry Thomas was one of five presented officially by the WPA Federal Art Project* to the city and specifically to the Grant Monument Association, whose members placed the busts in the crypt of Grant's Tomb. In 1919, he completed a painted plaster portrait bust of Theodore Roosevelt.
He also designed medallions* including Eugene V. Debbs and the Ezra Meeker Plaquette in bronze, which was issued by George Dupont Pratt, the founder of the Societ
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