Picture Gallery (page 1)

Picture Gallery of Lajos Kossuth (page 1)

The Kossuth Coat of Arms. Description
[Kossuth's prayer] Prayer of Louis Kossuth on the battlefield of Kápolna, Hungary, on February 27, 1849.
[Kossuth Statue in New York City]

[Kossuth Statue in New York City]

Statue on the corner of Riverside Drive and 113th Street, in Manhattan, New York City, NY. Sculptor: János Horvay (based on a statue in Cegléd, Hungary). Unveiled March 15 1928, bronze figures of Kossuth and (below) figures of the revolution. Marble pedestal. On the flag held by a "honvéd" : "Velünk a szent szabadság istene". Bronze plaque in rear: "Kossuth monument committee Géza d. Berkó, president March 15 1928" Also: "erected by a liberty loving race of Americans of magyar origin to Louis Kossuth the great champion of Liberty" on the corner of Riverside Drive and 113th Street, in Manhattan, New York City.

Statue and plaza renovated in 1999. Plaza officially named "Kossuth Island"

[Kossuth  Park] Kossuth Park in New Brunswick, NJ
[Louis Kossuth in Pittsburgh]A plaque of Kossuth in Pittsburgh, PA, corner of Wood St. and 3rd Ave. (Point Park College). [Louis Kossuth in Pittsburgh]
On the left, the Kossuth House in Washington DC, housing the Reformed Federation.

On the right, commemoration plaque of Louis Kossuth on the wall of the Kossuth House in Washington DC, created by Sándor Bodó in 1986.

Kossuth statue in Kossuth Park, Lakeshore Drive, Port Colborne, ONT, 10L43.
Kossuth statue inside the US Capitol (Washington DC) For an enlargement and the statue's history, click on the picture.
[Kossuth Statue in Cleveland, OH]Kossuth Statue in Cleveland, OH. Sculptor: András Tóth, 1901
Photo of Louis Kossuth by Kech-Kerrity (after an 1851 daguerrotype, Washington DC). Location: Kossuth House, Washington DC.
Painting of Louis Kossuth by Aurél Raskó, after an 1851 daguerrotype (oil on canvas, New York City 1938). Location: Kossuth House, Washington DC.
Painting of the elderly Louis Kossuth (oil on canvas). Location: Rayburn House Office Building, Washington DC.
Painting by István Réti (1931) now in the National Gallery, Budapest (Budapesti Nemzeti Galeria)
Courtesy of http://www.kfki.hu/~arthp/keptar/kep/r/reti/muvek/kossuth.jpg

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