Bushka B. Kosminski (Manenti)
Active: 1921 - 1936
Entries in London telephone directories suggest her first husband was Max Kosminski. She exhibited a bust of him at the Royal Academy in 1921. In 1930 she married Mario Manenti, art worker and bronze founder. They had been working at the same studios since the early 1920s. The two of them are buried in Florence in the Porte Sante cemetery next to the church of San Miniato.
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Abraham and Isaac
An Italian Lady
Exhibitions, Meetings, Awards and other Events
Exhibited at Exhibition of the Bristol Academy, Works of Living Artists, The Sixth, 1851
'Abraham and Isaac'
Exhibited at The Royal Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts Sixty-Second Annual Exhibition, 1923
'An Italian Lady'
Exhibited at The Exhibition of the Royal Academy of Arts (Summer Exhibition), 1768-
1921 - 1936
Exhibited 9 times (as Bushka Kosminski 1921-25 and as Bushka Manenti, 1930-36), 12 works in all (bronze portraits and heads)
Exhibited at The Seventy-Eighth Annual Exhibition of the Royal West of England Academy, 1923-4
2 October 1923 - 2 February 1924
Exhibited at The Royal Scottish Academy Exhibition, 1826-
Exhibited at the annual exhibition 1 time: 1931 (1 work)
Personal and Professional Connections
Wife/husband/spouse to (Giovanni) Mario Manenti
England & Wales, FreeBMD Marriage Index, 1916-2005
Name: Bushka B Kosminski Spouse Surname: Manenti Date of Registration: Oct-Nov-Dec 1930 Registration district: Fulham Registration county (inferred): London Volume Number: 1a Page Number: 814
The Royal Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts, 1861-1989. Volume 2, E-K. A Dictionary of Exhibitors at the Annual Exhibitions of the Royal Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts, 1991 The Royal Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts, 1861-1989
Citing this record
'Bushka B. Kosminski (Manenti)', Mapping the Practice and Profession of Sculpture in Britain and Ireland 1851-1951, University of Glasgow History of Art and HATII, online database 2011 [http://sculpture.gla.ac.uk/view/person.php?id=msib6_1236355549, accessed 28 May 2015]