(1860 - 1932)
John Massey Rhind was active/lived in New York. John Rhind is known for sculptor-historical figure, monument.
Biography John Rhind
One of the founding members of the National Sculpture Society in 1893, John Rhind was a sculptor best remembered for his portraits busts of Andrew Carnegie that are in the Carnegie libraries throughout America. He also completed architectural friezes, Civil War memorials and portraits of historical figures including Benjamin Franklin, George Washington, John Calhoun, and Peter Stuyvesant. Other commissions included Indians figures and Soldiers and Sailors monuments for Philadelphia and Syracuse, New York.
Rhind was born in Edinburgh, Scotland where his father, John Rhind, was a sculptor. The young John took his early study in the 1880s at the Edinburgh Royal Academy with Jules Dalou and at Lambeth. Then he studied in Paris. In 1889,
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