Julian Hoke Harris
(1906 - 1987)
Julian Hoke Harris was active/lived in Georgia, Pennsylvania. Julian Harris is known for sculpture, medallic and camouflage art, architecture, teaching.
Biography Julian Hoke Harris
Julian Hoke Harris (1906-1987) was an American artist. He graduated from Georgia Tech in 1928 with a B.S. in architecture, and he then worked as a sculptor based in Atlanta. He accepted a position in an architectural firm in Philadelphia and while there, studied from 1930 to 1933 at The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts.
At Georgia Tech, he did ten busts of famous engineers and scientists, the bronze gate of the Naval Armory, and the stained glass window in Brittain Dining Hall. He also taught architecture part-time in the College of Architecture for 34 years until his retirement in 1972.
He worked with the architectural firm of Tucker & Howell on various projects and sculpted a frieze at Georgia State Prison depicting
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