Andrew O'Connor Jr
(1874 - 1941)
Andrew O'Connor, Jr. was active/lived in Massachusetts / France, Ireland. Andrew OConnor Jr is known for realistic historical figure sculpture, teaching.
Biography Andrew O'Connor, Jr.
Andrew O'Connor (1874-1941)
Developing a vigorous and realistic style of sculpture, Irish-American artist Andrew O'Connor was born in Massachusetts but returned to Ireland in his later years. He was the son of Classsical-style sculptor Andrew O'Connor, Sr. (1846-1924), and in New York City became a studio assistant to Daniel Chester French.
From 1894 to 1898, he was in London, where he worked in the studio of John Singer Sargent, and posed for one of the figures in Sargent's murals for the Boston Public Library. In the 1930s, O'Connor returned to London and did a statue, Christ the King, for the entrance to the harbor in Kingston, Ireland.
From 1903 to 1914, O'Connor lived in Paris where he com
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