(1907 - 1990)
Frederick Charles Shrady was active/lived in Connecticut. Frederick Shrady is known for Sculptor, medalist.
Biography Frederick Shrady
Frederick Charles Shrady is the son of sculptor Henry Merwin Shrady,
best known for his sculpture of Ulysses S. Grant that stands outside the
Frederick Shrady studied painting at the Arts Students' League
in New York City and at Oxford University in England before moving to
Paris in 1931. He achieved a good deal of success there before returning
to the United States in 1940.
During World War II Shrady was a
member of the Monuments, Fine Arts and Archives Commission (the Allied
"Monuments Men"), helping to retrieve looted art. He was part of the
discovery of a large Nazi repository of stolen works at a salt mine in
Following the war he conver
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