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Richard Brooks

 (1865 - 1919)
Richard Edwin Brooks was active/lived in District Of Columbia, Massachusetts.  Richard Brooks is known for portrait bust sculpture.

Biography  
Richard Brooks


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Richard Edwin Brooks    (1865-1919)

Born in Braintree, Massachusetts in 1865.  He was a pupil of T.H. Bartlett in Boston; Jean-Paul Aube and Jean Jalabert at the Colarossi Academy, Paris.  Awarded Honorable Mention, Salon of 1895; and medal, Third Class, Salon of 1899.  In 1900 he was living in Paris.

Sources include:
Official Illustrated Catalogue, Fine Arts Exhibit, United States of America, Paris Exposition of 1900.  Noyes, Platt & Company, Boston, 1900.

Information provided by Edward P. Bentley, researcher of Lansing, Michigan.



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About  Richard Brooks

Born:  1865 - Braintree, Massachusetts
Died:   1919 - Washington, District Of Columbia
Known for:  portrait bust sculpture

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Richard Brooks


San Francisco Panama-Pacific Exhibition 1915