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Lachaise, Gaston

Born: 1882 AD
Died: 1935 AD
Nationality: French
Categories: Sculptor

1882 – Born on March 19th in Paris, France. A French-American sculptor, Lachaise was proficient in stone, metal and wood but his most famous works were in bronze.

1906 – Gaston Lachaise moved to the United States and later became one of the country’s leading modern sculptors.

1912 – He moved from Boston to New York, where he became the assistant to Paul Manship.

1917 – He married his inspiration, American Isabel Dutaud Nagle.

1935 – Died on October 18th in New York, New York.