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Richard Park

 (1832 - 1902)
Richard Robert Henry Hamilton Park was active/lived in New York, Illinois, Michigan / Italy.  Richard Park is known for Neo-classical portrait bust and allegorical stone cut sculpture.

Biography   Richard Park


A sculptor born in New York City, Richard Henry Park, also known as Richard Hamilton Park, was active in New York and Florence, Italy.  His work is in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum.

The Litchfield Historical Society has a bust sculpture of Julia Floyd Tallmadge Noyes by Richard Henry Park.  It is in marble and is permanently affixed in the foyer of the Litchfield History Museum building which is owned and operated by the Litchfield Historical Society.

There is conflicting information about the artist's place of death.  While some sources name New York, Lauritta Dimmick states in American Sculpture in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Volume 1, p. 155 that the artist died in Battle Cr   ...  Displaying 750 of 2639 characters.

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YOUNG GIRL WITH BUTTERFLY
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