(1888 - 1958)
George Winslow Blodgett was active/lived in New Mexico, Oregon, Minnesota. George Blodgett is known for sculptor-native American portrait.
Biography George Blodgett
Born in Northfield, Minnesota George Blodgett became a sculptor of bronze works including medallic portrait heads of New Mexico Indians whose cultural differences was the focus of much of his career.
He studied at Oregon State College,and the Julian Academy in Paris. Exhibition venues included the Grand Central Art Galleries in New York.
Glenn Opitz, "Dictionary of American Sculptors"
Donald Martin Reynolds, "Masters of American Sculpture"