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Daniel Chester French (Born in Exeter, Rockingham County, New Hampshire - USA on April 20, 1850 - Died in Stockbridge, Massachusetts - USA on October 7, 1931) Sculptures.
Author: Daniel Chester French
Name of work: "The Sons of God Saw the Daughter of Men That They Were Fair"
Dimensions: 205.7 x 101.6 x 58.4 cms
Date: 1923 (C20th)
Location: Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington D.C. - USA
Description: Depiction of Genesis 6:2, where a fallen angel seduces a mortal woman thus producing the mythical Nephilim.
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Art historian Lee Sandstead is author of the #1 iTunes international best-seller Cleaning Mona Lisa and host of Travel Channel's Art Attack with Lee Sandstead.
Without a doubt, Lee is the world's most fired-up art historian.
Lee discovered art in his early 20s, and ever since, he has been on one amazing art adventure after another—from exploring the world’s greatest museums to walking over 2,200 miles through portions of France, Portugal and Spain along the medieval pilgrimage trail Camino de Santiago to document ecclesiastical art and architecture...
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Daniel Chester French was born on April 20, 1850 in Exeter, New Hampshire.
Was an American sculptor, his best-known work is the sculpture of a seated Abraham Lincoln (1920) at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C.
In 1867, French moved with his family to Concord, Massachusetts, where he was a neighbor and friend of Ralph Waldo Emerson, and the Alcott family. His decision to pursue sculpting was influenced by Louisa May Alcott's sister May Alcott...
Read the full biography on Wikipedia: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daniel_Chester_French
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