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Frank Kovacs (died 1965), Sculptor, medallist and Calvinist minister

Artist of 6 portraits
Hungarian-born portrait sculptor and church minister, who moved to Canada and then to England, where he exhibited intermittently at the Royal Academy, 1938-62.

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Sir Edward Denison Ross

by Frank Kovacs
pencil, circa 1939
NPG 4203b


Sir Edward Denison Ross

by Frank Kovacs
plaster medallion, circa 1939
NPG 4203a


Sir Edward Denison Ross

by Frank Kovacs
bronze medallion, circa 1939
NPG 4203


Sir Alfred James Munnings

by Frank Kovacs
plaster medallion, circa 1948
NPG 4120


Sir Alfred James Munnings

by Frank Kovacs
bronze medallion, circa 1948
NPG 4120a


Alexander Fleming

by Frank Kovacs
bronze medallion, 1955
NPG 4238

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