Adams, Herbert Samuel

Adams, Herbert Samuel

(1858–1945) sculptor; born in West Concord, Vt. He studied in Paris (1885–90), taught at the Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, (1890–98), and settled in New York City and Plainfield, N.H. He is noted for his marble and polychrome sculptures and for the bronze doors of St. Bartholomew's Church, New York City (1902).
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