Laszlo Ispanky Female Nude
Ispanky figurines were designed by Laszlo Ispanky, who began his American career as a designer for Cybis Porcelains. He was born in Hungary and came to the United States in 1956. In 1966 he went into business with George Utley in Trenton, New Jersey. Isplanky made limited edition figurines marked with his name and Utley Porcelain Ltd. The company became Ispanky Porcelains Ltd. in 1968 and moved to Pennington, New Jersey. Ispanky worked for Goebel of North America beginning in 1976. He worked in stone, wood, or metal, as well as porcelain. He died in 2010. Ispanky's pieces are in some of the world's most famous collections including The Smithsonian Institute, The Brooklyn Museum, Buckingham Palace, and The Vatican.
Decorative piece featuring a female nude sitting on a rock. Marked on the back "Ispanky".
5.5"W x 10"H