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Barnard, George Greylocked

(b Bellefonte, PA, May 24, 1863; d New York, April 24, 1938).
  • Lawrence E. Butler

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American sculptor and collector. Son of a Presbyterian minister, Barnard grew up in the Midwest and began studying at the Chicago Academy of Design in 1880 under Douglas Volk (1856–1935) and David Richards (1829–97). Here he was first introduced to plaster casts of Michelangelo’s works and to the casts of Abraham Lincoln made by Leonard Volk (...

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