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 Geza DeVegh  (1905 - 1989)

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Lived/Active: New York/New Jersey / Hungary      Known for: painting, sculpture, art restoration

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
Geza Arpad deVegh (1905-1989)

Born in Hungary, he was a 1929 graduate of the University of Budapest with degrees in art and law.  He came to the U.S. in 1930, settling in New York.  He lived in Tinton Falls for 44 years before moving to Little Silver, New Jersey in 1987.

He received a grant from the League of Nations to study in Vienna, Rome, the Vatican and Ghent, Belgium. In 1930, he worked on the west front of the cathedral of St. John the Divine, New York, and later was engaged to assist with the figurative sculpture that decorates the exterior of the Princeton University Chapel.  He also worked on the Supreme Court building, Washington Rice Institute, Texas, and the figure of St. Teresa in the chapel gardens at West Point.

In 1943, Mr. deVegh purchased the Old Mill, Tinton Falls and turned it into a ceramics workshop.  In 1955, the Old Mill was made into and art gallery and culture center.

He taught at Monmouth College, West Long Branch; Brookdale Community College, Middletown Township, and the Art Alliance of Monmouth County, Red Bank.

Geza Arpad deVegh died in May of 1989 in Little Silver, New Jersey.

Source:
Obituary. Asbury Park Press (June 1, 1989)
Information provided by Nicolai Molchanoph.

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