Donald De Lue
(1897 - 1988)
Donald Harcourt De Lue was active/lived in New Jersey, New York, Massachusetts. Donald De Lue is known for portrait and figure sculpture.
A figurative sculptor known for monumental and commemorative bronzes portraying heroism and idealism, Donald De Lue served as President of the National Sculpture Society, was Chairman of the Art Committee for the Hall of Fame for Great Americans at New York University and was advertising editor for "American Artist" magazine.
Donald De Lue received his training at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts School studying with Richard Recchia, Bela Pratt and Robert Baker. From 1943 to 1944, he had a Guggenheim Fellowship for study.
His sculpture are in many commemorative places including the U.S. Military Cemetery at Omaha Beach in France; in chapels at West Point Military Academy; the State of Mississippi Memorial at Gettysburg and the P ... Displaying 750 of 3102 characters.