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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: "Memory"
Dimensions: 57 1/2 x 25 x 42 1/2 in (146.1 x 63.5 x 108 cm)
Date: Original bronze 1886-87 - Revised 1909 - This carving in marble by the Piccirilli Brothers, 1917-1919
Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City, NYC - USA
Credit Line: Gift of Henry Walters, 1919
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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...
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