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 Richard Robert Henry Hamilton Park  (1832 - 1902)

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Lived/Active: New York/Illinois/Michigan / Italy      Known for: Neo-classical portrait bust and allegorical stone cut sculpture

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11/16/2007
Robert

Retrospection
I have a "painting" singed R. H Park 29/30. I do not know who he is, could he be this atist. Titled Retrrospection


11/24/2001
Michael Damiano

RH Park statue
I have an RH Park statue of a girl holding a doll which I am told is part of a set of Park statues completed in 1876. (The set includes statues of a father, mother and son. Apparently, I have the statue of the daughter.) I would be very interested in knowing if the rest of the set is intact.


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