(1901 - 1986)
Joseph Kiselewski was active/lived in New York, Minnesota. Joseph Kiselewski is known for sculptor-memorial statue.
Biography Joseph Kiselewski
Sculptor Joseph Kiselewski, 1901-1986, was born in Minnesota, graduating from the Minneapolis School of Art. He won the Parisian Beaux Arts competition in 1925; received the Prix de Rome in 1926-1929, and was elected an Associate of the National Academy of Design, New York City, in 1936, and an Academician in 1944. He received the J. Sanford Saltus Medal in 1970 for excellence in the art of medallic sculpture. He had designed the United States Army Medal of Honor (1862-1896), the Army Medal of Honor (1896-1904), and Army Good Conduct medal (1942). He also designed the American Defense Service Medal, which was sculpted by Lee Lawrie.
Four sculptures by Joseph Kiselewski are in the public art collection of the Bronx, in New York City.
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