(1808 - 1875)
Horatio Stone was active/lived in District Of Columbia. Horatio Stone is known for sculptor-portrait.
Biography Horatio Stone
Born in Jackson, New York, Horatio Stone (1808-1875) worked as a medical doctor before turning his attention to sculpture in the 1840s. He moved to Washington D.C. in 1848, and in 1856 co-founded and became President of the Washington Art Association. While he maintained studios in D.C., he spent much of his later life in Carrara, Italy, an area known for its marble quarries.
On June 11, 1866, Stone received a $10,000 commission for a full-length, oversized marble statue of Alexander Hamilton, first Secretary of the United States Treasury, for the U. S. Capitol in Washington D.C. Completed in 1868, the sculpture has remained in the Rotunda of the National Statuary Hall since 1900. Stone used a bust by Giu
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