Hiram Powers: Vermont Sculptor, 1805-1873, Volume 1

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University of Delaware Press, Jan 1, 1991 - Art - 416 pages
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A detailed account of the life and career of Hiram Powers (1805-73), the first American-born sculptor to win international fame. Drawing mainly on his correspondence, volume one focuses on the artist's life; and volume two consists of a catalogue of his work and contains more than 225 illustrations. Corrects numerous errors of fact that have been perpetuated about Powers.

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First, the bibliography is wrong. This is vol. II. Vol. 1 was published 1974. Second search is quite useless. could not find Adams, etc.

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