(1896 - 1972)
Lawrence Tenney (Steve) Stevens was active/lived in Arizona, California, Massachusetts. Lawrence Stevens is known for animal sculpture and sketches-prints.
Biography Lawrence Stevens
Born in Boston, Massachusetts, Lawrence Tenney Stevens was a sculptor
of western animals as well as painter and printmaker who studied at the
Boston Museum of Fine Arts School, Pratt Institute, and privately with
Charles Grafly and Bela Pratt. To increase his understanding of
anatomy, he took anatomy classes at Tufts Medical School.
1922, he earned the Prix de Rome, which allowed him to study in Rome at
the American Academy with Paul Manship, and it is thought that from
that time, they influenced each other's work.
he visited Arizona and Cody, Wyoming, where "his presence is thought to
have been influential in the emergence of the Cowboy High Style in the
decorative arts." (Powers, 489).
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