(1898 - 1974)
Zoltan Leslie Sepeshy was active/lived in Michigan / Hungary. Zoltan Sepeshy is known for landscape-structures and genre painting.
The following biographical information, published on Traditional Fine Arts Online, (www.tfaoi.com) is written by James Houghton, and dated February 7, 2002 for the Muskegon Museum of Art's exhibition: "Zoltan Sepeshy Remembered". Houghton is Curator of Collections and Exhibitions at the Museum.
From the mid-1930s through the late 1940s, Zoltan Sepeshy had numerous exhibitions in New York, garnering favorable reviews, and at art museums, especially in the Midwest, including the Toledo Museum of Art, the Butler Institute of American Art in Youngstown, Ohio, and the Milwaukee Art Museum. He was the recipient of several prestigious awards for painting. Museums such as the Art Institute of Chicago and the Detroit I ... Displaying 750 of 23990 characters.