(1897 - 1973)
Harry Rosin was active/lived in Pennsylvania / Tahiti. Harry Rosin is known for Tahitian figure and public memorial sculpture, teaching.
Biography Harry Rosin
Harry Rosin was New Hope's most famous sculptor. His two most familiar works are the statue of John. B. Kelly in his racing scull, located in Philadelphia's Fairmount Park, and the statue of baseball great, Connie Mack, at Philadelphia's stadium. Born in Philadelphia, Rosin graduated Central High School. He then worked for renowned wrought iron craftsman, Samuel Yellin.
Rosin enrolled at the Philadelphia Museum School of Industrial Arts and the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts with Charles Grafly. He was awarded the Cresson Traveling Scholarship by the Academy in 1926, and was off to Paris for additional studies. While there, he became acquainted with Alexander Calder, Alberto Giacometti, Jacques Lipschitz, Giorgio de Chirico an
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