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1979 – Born on the 14th of March in Rotterdam, in The Netherlands. 1984 – Moves to the Netherlands Antilles (Curaçao) 1990 – Kizzy’s poem ‘Als’ is published. Written and recited for Amnesty International  1995 – Winner Caribbean- European Talent Contest 1995 – Winner National Song Festival 1996 – Represented Curacao at the finals of the ..

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  1830 – A German sculptor was born on the 23rd day of November this year at Herzebrock, Westphalia. He studied in Munich and in Rome under Halbig.    1873 – He was called to Vienna as professor in the academy    1875 – He the competition for a monument to Maximilian II of Bavaria.   1880 – ..

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1908 – He was a Polish American born on the 6th day of September this year in Boston. He never received any formal art training, his gifts as a sculptor began to show at an early age.  1932 – His first marble sculpture of Judge Frederick Pickering Cabot was made.  1939 – He assisted Gutzon ..

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1725 – Patience Lovell Wright, born in England. She was the first recognized American-born sculptor. She chiefly created wax figures of people. 1748 – Married Joseph Wright. 1769 – She had amused herself and her five children by molding faces out of putty, bread dough, and wax. 1772 – He traveled to England and opened ..

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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 ..

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1925 – Born on May 4th in  Fribourg, Switzerland. Swiss sculptor and experimental artist, noted for his machinelike kinetic sculptures that destroyed themselves in the course of their operation. 1941-1945 – Studied painting and sculpture at the Basel School of Fine Arts, showing an early interest in movement as an artistic medium in his work. ..

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1906 – He was born in Decatur, Indiana.   1927 – He joined the Art Students League of New York.   1929 – He along with his then wife Dorothy Dehner, bought a house in Bolton Landing, in upstate New York.   1940 – He moved permanently to Bolton Landing and created the Terminal Iron ..

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190 BC – Praxitel s, one of the most famous Greek sculptors, born at Athens.          – His most famous work was the Aphrodit of Cnidus, now known through copies.          – Through Praxiteles’ influence, figures were increasingly shown standing in graceful, sinuous poses, leaning lightly on some support, a pose further developed ..

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