(1855 - 1955)
Thomas Waldo Story was active/lived in New York, Massachusetts / Italy, England. Thomas Story is known for neo-classical figure and commemorative scultpure.
Biography Thomas Story
The son of sculptor and writer-poet William Wetmore Story, Thomas Story became a sculptor in Neo-Classical style of figure and commemorative sculpture. Among his sculpture for which he is noted is a statue of Sir William
Vernon Harcourt in the House of Commons in London; the bronze door at
the J. Pierpont Morgan Library in New York City; and a community drinking fountain
in Hopedale, Massachusetts, commissioned by General William F. Draper,
Ambassador to Italy with ties to Hopedale.
Thomas Story, born in Rome, was from a distinguished family, which included a paternal grandfather, Joseph Story, who was a judge of the United States Supreme Court. From the time of his birth, Thomas Story lived a privileged existe
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