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Michael Meszaros

b. 1945

Michael Meszaros has worked full-time as a sculptor for thirty years. His work adheres to no particular style and includes medallions, reliefs, trophies, portraits and major public commissions. Meszaros specialises in the bronze medallion style established by his father and his clients have included governments, schools, universities, professional and research bodies, industry and private individuals. His medallions attracted attention while he was still a student at the University of Melbourne. Meszaros was only eighteen when the Hague Museum of Medals in Holland selected one of his medallions for its collection. His numerous public sculptures include the large welded copper piece, Birds for St James Plaza, St Kilda Road, Melbourne, 1974, and a bronze portrait statue of John Pascoe Fawkner for the Melbourne City Council in Collins Street, Melbourne.

Updated 2018