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Born: 1887, Died: 1963

Born in Rixdorf, Germany, Lee Lawrie came to the United States when he was a young child. He graduated from Yale University with a BFA in 1910 and continued there as an instructor. He was chiefly known for his architectural sculpture, often associating with B. G. Goodhue.

Written by Sandra L. Tatman.

School Affiliations

  • Yale University

Links to Other Resources

  • The Sculptor - Includes a photograph of Lawrie, along with a description of his connection to Yale University.

 

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