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 Laci Anthony De Gerenday  (1911 - 2001)

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Lived/Active: New York / Hungary      Known for: wood relief, medals, animal, portrait and figure sculpture

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A sculptor and Federal Arts Project artist, Laci De Gerenday lived in New York City and on Long Island.  In 1980, he became a teacher at the Lyme Academy of Fine Arts in Old Lyme, Connecticut.

He studied in New York at the National Academy of Design and the "Beaux Arts Institute of Design.  He also studied at Shrivenham University, England; South Dakota School Mines & Technology; and Ursinus College.  Memberships included the National Sculpture Society and the Allied Artists of America.

Exhibition venues included the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 1942, 1947-50; Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1951; New Britain Museum, 1950; Arizona, 1949; Ferargil Gallery, 1948; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, 1949; National Sculpture Society, 1949-1958; Allied Artists of America, 1956-1958; French & Co., 1950; Medallic Art, 1952;  Barbizon Plaza, New York, 1953; Pennsylvania Museum, Philadelphia; Academy Arts & Letters, New York, New York; National Academy of Design, New York; Smithsonian Institution Institute, Washington DC; Gold Medal Exhib, Architecture League, New York. 

Ellen Speyer Awards, National Academy of Design, 1947 & 1963; citation, City of New York, 1948; Lindsey Morris Memorial  Awards, National Sculpture Society, 1955 & Allied Artists America, 1969.

His work is in the collections of the Salle D'Honneur, Museum Africa, Algiers and the Admiral Farragut University Hall of Fame Museum in New York.

Commissions include Wood reliefs, Federal  Government, Tell City, Indiana, 1939; Aberdeen, South Dakota, 1941; & Killearn Gardens, Florida ; Portraits are in the Society of Electrical Engineers, 1960; A bronze relief is at St Francis of Assisi School, Torrington, Connecticut, 1965; A bronze medal is at the New York University Hall of Fame, 1970, and he also did a design for carved glass at the Steuben Glass Company in New York.

Peter Hastings Falk, Editor, Who Was Who in American Art
Glenn B. Opitz, Editor, Dictionary of American Sculptors

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