|Birth Day||June 28, 1901|
|Age||119 YEARS OLD|
|Died On||Dec 30, 1998 (age 97)|
Remembered for large-scale sculptures such as Christ in Majesty (at the Washington, D.C. National Cathedral) and the Pennsylvania Railroad World War II Memorial (at Philadelphia's 30th Street Station), this twentieth-century Artist was a 1989 recipient of the National Medal of Arts.
During the World War II years, he traveled to Europe as a member of the United States Army's Monuments, Fine Arts, and Archives program and recovered artwork that had been stolen or damaged by the Nazis.
He was married to Saima Natti Hancock for four decades. He died in Gloucester, Massachusetts, at the age of ninety-seven.