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Albert Henry Atkins

 (1880 - 1951)
Albert Henry Atkins was active/lived in Massachusetts, Rhode Island.  Albert Atkins is known for sculpture-monument/portrait.

Albert Henry Atkins

Albert Henry Atkins' sculptures can be found in many private collections and are also proudly displayed in the City of Boston-Everett Square, at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee campus, in the gardens of the Cape Ann Museum, and in New York City in St Patrick's Cathedral and St John the Divine.

He  worked, as well, with etchings especially of Gloucester/Rockport scenes.  He had a studio in Gloucester later in life and in New York City at 11th Street in 1926. He was a member of the North Shore Art Association, Rockport Art Association, Providence Art Club, Architectural League of New York, National Sculpture Society American Federation of Arts, San Francisco Museum of Art, Copley Society Boston, American Art Association  ...  Displaying 750 of 2307 characters.

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About  Albert Henry Atkins

Born:  1880 - Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Died:   1951 - Gloucester, Massachusetts
Known for:  sculpture-monument/portrait