Franta Belsky

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Franta Belsky 
Czech sculptor
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Date of birth6 April 1921
Brno
Date of death5 July 2000
Abingdon-on-Thames
  • natural causes
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  • Margaret Belsky
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Franta Belsky (also known as František Bělský, 1921–2000) was a Czech sculptor, born in Brno, Czechoslovakia. He was known for large-scale abstract works of public art as well as more iconographic statues and busts of noted 20th-century figures such as Winston Churchill and members of the British Royal Family.

Works in the Czech Republic[edit]

Works in the United Kingdom[edit]