Sandor Kiss (1938-2013) was a sculptor, painter and draftsman. He was born in Hungary and took courses in architecture during his studies. At 19, he left his country for France. At the School of Decorative Arts in Strasbourg, he trained in sculpture with François Cacheux, painting with Louis Wagner, as well as drawing, tapestry and decoration. In 1964, he began his career in Nancy in ironworking, sculpture and painting workshops. In the mid-1970s, Sandor moved to Moselle. Recognized for its metal sculptures, he notably created monumental works such as the Organs of Sarrebourg, portals, fountains or ornaments, such as the facade of the town hall of Thaon-les-Vosges. In addition to those mediums, he also produced paintings, drawings and art objects. Sandor Kiss moved to Morhange in 1998 and died there in 2013. He was a Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres and won numerous prizes including the Henri Galilée Artistic Prize in 2001.