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    KELETY, ALEXANDRE

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    Alexandre Kéléty (born in Budapest and died in 1940) was a Hungarian sculptor. The date of birth of Alexandre Kéléty is not mentioned in the literature. He was active as an artist, sculptor, painter and engraver from 1918 until his death in 1940. Kéléty married Hélène Grün Kéléty, daughter of the French naturalized Russian painter Maurice Grün. At the end of the First World War , he emigrated to France, where he became a pupil of the Hungarian painter and engraver Imre Karoly Simay in Toulouse. He then studies in Paris. In his works, he often represents animals as well as the theme of childhood. He also produces chryselephantine busts and statuettes depicting dancers and mythological figures in art deco style . His favourite materials were bronze, ivory, marble and ceramics.