biography of Sandor BODO (1920)

Birth place: Szamosszeg, Hungary

Addresses: Nashville, TN

Profession: Painter, sculptor

Studied: Col. Fine & Appl. Art, Budapest, Hungary.

Exhibited: Nat. Housing Ctr., Wash., DC; Butler Inst. Am. Art, Youngstown, Ohio; Nat. Acad. Galleries, NYC; Smithsonian Inst., Wash., DC; Brooks Mem. Art Gallery, Memphis, Tenn. Awards: gold medal of honor for watercolor, Am. Art Week Exhib., 1961; gold medal of honor for sculpture, Nat. Arts Club, NYC, 1963 & gold medal of honor for oil painting, 1966.

Member: Fel. Am. Artists Prof. League; Nat. Arts Club; All. A. Am.

Work: (Restoration works) President Andrew Jackson Home in the Hermitage, Nashville, Tenn.; President James K. Polk Mus., Columbia, Tenn.; Tenn. State Mus., Nashville; Tenn. Fine Arts Ctr., Nashville. Commissions: bronze reliefs, Hungarian Reformed Fedn. Am., 1965; portrait of Andrew Jackson, Royal Palace, Copenhagen, Denmark, 1971.

Comments: Positions: Self-employed artist & art restorer.