Lewis Iselin…the Janus of Sculpture

Morgan, Theodora
March 1990
Sculpture Review;1990 1st Quarter, Vol. 39 Issue 1, p30
The article features artist Lewis Iselin and his works. He studied at the Art Students League in New York City Iselin under several artists, including George Bridgman and Mahonri Young. Iselin won the Helen Foster Barnet Prize of the National Academy of Design in 1938. He was a volunteer for the naval reserve until 1946. Iselin's first commission was given by architects William and Geoffrey Platt, who asked him to design two friezes of soldiers. The artist won a Guggenheim Foundation Grant for study abroad in 1952.


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