Isabel shared her formative years as an artist with her sister Edith who also nurtured and developed her own artistic style.
Their partnership blossomed and matured through the years.
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Her father Zoltan was a noted artist and art professor.
Isabel graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Budapest and in addition to being a world class artist also became an internationally known Physicist, recognized for her study of the Shroud of Turin.
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The most recent update appears at the top of the page.It is with deep sadness that I must report the death of our dear friend Dame Isabel Piczek, in Los Angeles on September 29, 2016.By profession, Isabel was a world renowned monumental sacred artist whose stained glass windows, huge murals and mosaics grace countless monasteries, churches, convents and schools.Sadly, we also mark the passing of two legendary Shroud scholars, Dame Isabel Piczek and Professor Gino Zaninotto.This update also brings us news of (and a closer look at) the first ever Shroud exhibition in Seoul, South Korea.She was laid to rest in San Fernando Mission Mausoleum section at San Fernando Mission Cemetery.