Alexander Milne Calder
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Who is Alexander Milne Calder?
Alexander Milne Calder was a Scottish American sculptor best known for the architectural sculpture of Philadelphia City Hall. Both his son, Alexander Stirling Calder, and grandson, Alexander "Sandy" Calder, became significant sculptors in the 20th century.
- born on (169 years ago) in Aberdeen
- nationality: United States of America, United Kingdom
- education: Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
- profession: Artist, visual artist
- parent of Alexander Stirling Calder
- died on (92 years ago) in Pennsylvania
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Encyclopaedia Britannica (1911)
A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and General Information by Hugh Chisholm
Major- General James Gordon Meade by Alexander Milne Calder; an equestrian statue of Joan ot Arc by Emmanuel Fremiet;an heroic bust of James A. 'Garficld by Augustus St Gaudens; statues of Columbus, Humboldt, Schiller and Goethe; ...
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