Daniel Chester French
Daniel Chester French (April 20, 1850 – October 7, 1931) 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.
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... General Joseph Hooker, by Daniel Chester French (Hooker) and Edward Clark Potter (horse), Massachusetts Statehouse, 1903 ... Milford William Draper, by Daniel Chester French (Draper) and Francis Herman Packer (horse), Draper Park, 1910-12 ... General Charles Devens Memorial, by Daniel Chester French (Devens) and Edward Clark Potter (horse), Main Highland Streets, 1905-06 ...
... and Antoine-Louis Barye (1796–1875) and other French sculptors ... Among these Americans were Augustus Saint-Gaudens, Frederick MacMonnies and Daniel Chester French ... Adams Memorial Augustus Saint-Gaudens The Daniel Chester French sculpture at the Lincoln Memorial, Washington, D.C Lincoln (detail), 1916, Daniel Chester ...
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