(1892 - 1969)
Thomas Hudson Jones was active/lived in District Of Columbia, New York, Massachusetts / Italy. Thomas Jones is known for portrait bust sculpture, heraldic medals.
Biography Thomas Jones
Thomas Hudson Jones (1892 - 1969) was a U.S. sculptor for the Army's Institute of Heraldry. His father was an engraver* and encouraged him from childhood to be a sculptor. He attended the Albright Art School* in Buffalo, NY. At 19 he won the Prix de Rome* Fellowship for 3 years of study at the American Academy of Art* in Rome, Italy. The judges however decided that he was too young to go at the time.
He worked in the studio of Daniel Chester French while French was working on the seated Lincoln for the Lincoln Memorial. Jones left French in 1917. Jones' first job was a bust of General Grant for the Hall of Fame. He enlisted and served in World War I and after the war took the fellowship in Ro
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