Peter Mandl

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For the Czech mathematician, see Petr Mandl.
Kassandra, one of Mandl's sculptures, located in Höllviken.

Peter Mandl is a Swedish sculptor.[1] He was born in 1947 in Prague in the then Czechoslovakia.

When the Soviet Union invaded Prague in 1968, Peter and his family fled to Sweden. Peter now resides with his wife Gunilla in Påarp in the outskirts of Halmstad.

Much of Peter's art is on general viewing around Sweden. His beautiful women crafted in bronze and glass shapes that are reminiscent of the sea and wind can be seen in many galleries, especially in Scandinavia.

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  1. ^ Konstnärslexikonett Amanda: Peter Mandl, accessed 2011-01-17 (Swedish)

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