(1866 - 1957)
Frank Lee Ingels was active/lived in California, Nebraska. Frank Ingels is known for memorial sculpture, painting, architectue.
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Born in Tamora, Nebraska on Jan. 2, 1886, Frank Ingels was a pupil of Lorado Taft at the Art Institute of Chicago. While in Chicago, he created the Fountain of Time
He was active in Los Angeles from 1921until his death on April 26, 1957.
Art Institute of Chicago, 1915
California Art Club, 1922
Sculptors Guild (LA), 1922-25
Chicago Society of Arts, 1923-24
Olympiad, LACMA, 1932
Palos Verdes Public Library, 1937
Forest Lawn Cemetery (Sitting Pan
Calvary Cemetery (Chicago)
Goodwell (OK) Agricultural School
Monrovia (CA) Hotel (fountain)
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