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Bronius Vyšniauskas
Lithuanian painter

Bronius Vyšniauskas

Bronius Vyšniauskas
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Intro Lithuanian painter
Was Artist Sculptor Painter
From Lithuania Russia
Field Arts
Gender male
Birth 1 May 1923
Death 27 June 2015, Vilnius (aged 92 years)
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Bronius Vyšniauskas (1 May 1923 in Gelnā, Kėdainiai – 27 June 2015 in Vilnius) was a Lithuanian sculptor. He was an Honored Art Worker of the Lithuanian Soviet Socialist Republic (1963), a Soviet Socialist Republics People's Artist (1973), and a recipient of the SSR State Prize (1973).


In 1947, he graduated from Kaunas Decorative and Applied Arts Institute. Beginning in 1947, he participated in exhibitions. Starting in 1948, he taught at the Vilnius Art Institute (Vilnius Academy of Arts), becoming a professor in 1978.


  • Sculptural portraits (Casimir Būga etc..) Chamber sculptures (Minute Holiday "in 1957," Mother and Child ", 1965), John Biliūno Anykščiai tombstones, tombstones, author of relief.

Notable works:

  • Manufacturing and Construction, 1952, the Green Bridge in Vilnius sculptural composition (along with Napoleon Petrulis);
  • Four communard, 1973, Kaunas (along with Napoleon Petrulis) now - Grutas Park;
  • Monument to Alexander Pushkin, 1955, Vilnius, now Markučių Park to A. Pushkin Literary Museum;
  • Decorative Sculpture Ratnyčėlė "and" Motherhood "(1959, Druskininkai, Lithuania);
  • Sculpture (Kryzkalnio mother ") and the relief of the monument KRYŽKALNIS (1972; SSR State Prize, 1973). Grutas Park now stands

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