Ward, John Quincy Adams

Born: Jun 29, 1830 AD
Died: 1910 AD, at 79 years of age.

Nationality: American
Categories: Portrait Painter, Sculptor

1830 - Born in Urbana, Ohio on the 29th of June.

1857 - Ward went to Washington, where he made a name with portrait busts of men in public life.

1861 - He worked for the Ames Sword Company, providing models for decorative objects including gilt-bronze sword hilts for the Union Army.

1861 - Ward set up a studio in New York City.

1874 - He was elected to the National Academy of Design the following year; he was its president.

1887 - His bronze James A. Garfield Monument, stands at the base of Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C.

1903 - With the collaboration of Paul Wayland Bartlett, he made the models for the marble pediment sculptures for the New York Stock Exchange.

         - Ward was a founder and president of the National Sculpture Society.

1910 - Died on the 1st of May.

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