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Lee (O) Lawrie - Commissions related to Goodhue, Other Commissions, Photographs

Sculptor, born in Rixdorf, Germany. When very young he and his family emigrated to Chicago. He became an assistant to Augustus Saint-Gaudens (1894) and attended Yale (1910 BFA), where he later taught (1908–18). He was based in Easton, MD and became known for his many architectural sculptures, such as the bronze ‘Atlas’ at the International Building, Radio City, NY (c.1939).

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