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John Barney (Jack) Weaver

 (1920 - 2012)
John Barney (Jack) Weaver was active/lived in Illinois, Montana, District Of Columbia, British Columbia / Canada.  John Weaver is known for monumental commemorative sculpture.

John Barney (Jack) Weaver

The following biography is based on information provided to by Kirby Lambert, Curator of Collections, Montana Historical Museum in Helena, Montana:

Sculptor John Weaver, working in bronze, is known primarily for his monumental sculptures but has created a wide range of subjects including life-size portraits of distinguished persons such as Jacqueline Kennedy and Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson in the Hall of First Ladies Building in Washington D.C. He has also executed traditional western subjects--cowboys, Indians, and horses.

Among his major commissions are the Charles Russell bronze at Statuary Hall in Washington, monumental memorials at Butte and Helena, Montana, and portraits busts of President Harry Truman and General  ...  Displaying 750 of 3210 characters.

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About  John Barney (Jack) Weaver

Born:  1920 - Anaconda, Montana
Died:   2012 - Silver Creek, British Columbia
Known for:  monumental commemorative sculpture