Frederick Warren Allen

AMERICAN SCULPTOR, BOSTON SCHOOL

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Senator Timilty for Timilty Middle School, Roxbury, MA, F.W.Allen, Sculptor, 1937

“With tools of loyalty and understanding he carved himself a niche in our community,” reads the inscription under the portrait relief of Senator James P. Timilty (1865-1921) that was unveiled at the dedication of the new Timilty Middle School in Roxbury, MA in 1937. Mayor Malcolm Mansfield, Police Commissioner Timilty, and Chairman Sullivan of the Boston School Committee are shown with school executives and civic leaders in a newspaper clipping from the Boston Post on Friday, December 10th. Several hundred people were in attendance to honor their friend who had lived among them and served them as an alderman and State Senator. The bronze memorial plaque was the gift to the school of Patrick Edward Murray, an old friend of the Senator.

The program booklet reviews his importance. “Senator Timilty worked ardently for the betterment of his fellow men in his private and public career. In public office, he represented a district not blessed with worldly goods and in a modest and unostentatious manner ever held himself ready to lighten the burdens of the needy and the suffering. He was highly regarded by all who knew him, both in his private and public life, and was esteemed as a public benefactor.”

The Timilty Middle School is known nationally for its innovative programs to prepare young inner city students for life in the 21st Century. It has been voted as one of the nation’s greatest schools. Senator Timilty would be proud to have his name associated with such excellence.

(To read more about the connection between Mr. Allen and these political figures, read the post on Boston Mayors.)

Andrew J. Peters, Boston Mayor 1918-1922, bronze, F.W.Allen, Sculptor, 1921

Andrew J. Peters (1872-1938) was the 42nd Mayor of Boston when his portrait was cast in bronze by Frederick Warren Allen in 1921. His term ended the next year, but he liked the plaque so well that he ordered one for himself!

Notice in the enlargement the realistic details of the bushy eyebrows, the thin hair and the facial wrinkles. The Boston School of Artists believed in portraying their subjects honestly and naturally rather than idealizing them.

This was to be the first of three mayoral portraits done by Allen for the City of Boston for what Allen’s wife recorded as the “Hall of Fame” in Old City Hall. A plan to portray all of the mayors never was carried out, but these three hung in City Hall until it was gutted for renovation in 1969. A search is underway to find what happened to the art, but for now there is only one image to show, that of Mayor Peters.

LOST ART is being discovered and recorded by the Boston Art Commission, so if any reader knows where these portraits are located, please contact the author or the BAC.

F.W.Allen sculpted three such portraits 8 and 16 years after this photo was taken

Behind the group of photographers, on the wall, are ten round portrait reliefs in a framed display. This image is of James M. Curley (Wikipedia) in a press conference taken in the Boston City Council office in 1913. It shows the kind of portraits done by F.W.Allen and where they might have been hung in 1921 and 1937.

Peters was Mayor from 1918-1922 between Curley’s first and second of four terms. Nichols held the office from 1926-1930 between Curley’s second and third terms and Mansfield from 1934-1938 after his third term. Curley came back after Mayor Tobin’s long tenure from 1938-1945 for his fourth and final term. Allen portrayed Peters, Nichols and Mansfield.

Peters distinguished himself by graduating from Harvard and Harvard Law School, serving as a United States Congressman from 1907-1914, and as Assistant Secretary of the Treasury from 1914-1918 in the Woodrow Wilson administration. His election as Mayor of Boston followed, and in this capacity he served until 1922. His reputation became sullied by failing to act during the Boston Police strike and for an affair he had which became part of the story of Butterfield 8 by John O’Hara. He was also a patron of the arts and served as a Trustee Ex-Officio at the Museum of Fine Arts after the death of Abraham Shuman in 1918. It may have been Peters who recommended Allen for the job of doing the portraits. (Note that in the post on Shuman in the Important People gallery, he was generous in his support of the Boston City Hospital, owned and run by the city. The men may have known each other.)

Malcolm E. Nichols (1876-1951) also graduated from Harvard and served as both a Massachusetts Congressman and Senator after working as a political journalist. For sports fans, it was Nichols who signed the ordinance permitting Sunday sports on January 31, 1929. His term as Mayor lasted from 1926-1930.

Frederick W. Mansfield (1877-1958) was an attorney (Boston University School of Law), who served the Commonwealth of Massachusetts as its Treasurer and Receiver General for a two-year term in 1914 and 1915. He won a term as Mayor of Boston in 1934 and served the city until 1938. During his administration, a new city hospital building was constructed and seven schools. There is a scrapbook photo of Mansfield at the dedication ceremony of the Timilty School in Roxbury, MA where a portrait relief of Senator James P. Timilty was unveiled. F.W.Allen was the sculptor.  Just a side note, both the sculptor and the Mayor were named Frederick W.

ARCHITECTURAL INSTALLATIONS and LARGE MEMORIALS
  • 1912 War Memorial, Capron Park, Attleboro, MA. (first commission) Bronze rectangular tablet installed on boulder at the entrance to the park depicting a Revolutionary War battle scene. Commissioned by the Daughters of the American Revolution.
  • 1913 Museum of Fine Arts Evans Wing, Fenway Facade (right side), 25′ Granite Bas-relief panel representing “Painting,” Boston, MA. Architect: Guy Lowell
  • 1920 Roslindale War Memorial - commission lost to Albert Atkins. A sculptural sketch for the work was done and a photo of it published along with an interview with M.J.Curl in the Herald abt 1920. Article and photo in the Archives of American Art.
  • 1920 Keith Memorial Field Gateway, pair of guarding Eagles and lettered plaque, Brockton, MA
  • 1924-26 New York County Supreme Courthouse, Granite Pediment and Acroteria, Manhattan, NYC, NY  Pediment is 16′H x 104′W x 15″D with 13 figures in relief, Acroteria includes three 13′ statues, Law, Truth and Equity. Architect: Guy Lowell
  • (1926 Memorial to President Samuel Valentine Cole, Architect Ralph Adams Cram, see memorial tablet listing below)
  • 1926-30 Pediment of Archers (Exhibited but never placed, no image, MISSING)
  • abt 1926-30 Mantle decoration for a home by Guy Lowell, assumed to be a 4-5′ wide bas relief MISSING
  • 1931 Church of the Advent, Beacon Hill, Boston, MA. Tympanum over side portal representing St. Gabriel and St. Michael in adoration of the Lord. Memorial to men of the church who died in the war. Gift of Charles Fiske. Architect requesting the tympanum, Ralph Adams Cram.
  • 1931 World War I Memorial, Dedham, MA. Granite relief on high stepped architectural block. Woman standing holding palm branch, one arm raised in victory, laurel wreath crown, inscribed PAX. Architect: Howard Walker
  • 1930 Crucifix for St. Francis Chapel, Marlborough, NH. Life size, wooden sculpture of Christ crucified on a cross. Hung on the outside wall of the apse of the chapel.
  • 1930 Lunette over the entry door of the St. Francis Chapel, Marlborough, NH. Bas relief of St. Francis with a wolf, small child, sheep and birds.The relief is of plaster, colored with pigments.
  • 1942 George Washington Memorial, Fall River, MA.  Granite bust atop high pedestal, flanked by curved benches ending in low pedestals with seated boy and girl figures. Given by the children of the Catholic Diocese.
LETTERED MEMORIAL TABLETS
  • 1922 Trinity Church, Bronze tablet memorializing the men of Trinity Church who gave their lives in the Great War. 21.75H x 44.25W  Located on the narthex wall to the right of the Copley Square entrance doors to the sanctuary.
  • 1922 Mount Hope Cemetery, town unknown. Bronze tablet found in N.Attleboro’s Mt. Hope Cemetery mounted on a bolder (no documentation by the cemetery, no signature, based on notes in diary. One found in memory of Robert F. Simmons) MISSING?
  • 1924 Boston Public Library, Bronze tablet on the North wall of the Courtyard memorializing employees who served in the World War.
  • 1924 Lettered tablet for Beal (accompanied an elephant fountain piece) MISSING
  • 1926 Lettered memorial tablet for Dr. Perrin (originally proposed in 1922) MISSING
  • 1926 Lettered plaque memorializing Samuel Valentine Cole, President of Wheaton College, Norton, MA, carved in gray-blue slate and placed in the narthex of Cole Memorial Chapel, Architect Ralph Adams Cram.
PORTRAIT RELIEFS
  • 1910 W.P.Webber (first commission received for bas-relief portrait) MISSING
  • 1910 Frank D. & L (perhaps sister and brother-in-law) Commission for relief recorded, Diary records relief of Frank cast by Torsky in 1911 MISSING
  • 1910 Omar Khayyam, for Literary Club of Needham, MA
  • 1912 Katherine Howe (child) for Mrs. D. Howe, cast at Torsky 4/10/12 MISSING
  • 1912 Patten relief of child for Mrs. W.S. Patten in S. Natick. Cast at Torsky’s 10/16. Replica ordered 1/13/13, MISSING
  • 1913 Arnold Slade, painter. Rectangular portrait sculpted in Paris and cast in bronze for 30 francs. Clay copy MISSING, last sold to dealer in Maine who has no record or memory of the relief.) Bronze in Private Collection
  • 1913 John Storrs, Paris (inscription gives name, date and location)
  • 1913 Balch relief. Cast at Torsky MISSING
  • 1913 Mrs. Alton Roberts of Brookline commissioned work, MISSING (see next line)
  • 1914 John Roberts, commission from Mrs. Roberts of Marquette Michigan for a relief of her son John MISSING
  • 1914 Reverend Jackson MISSING
  • 1917 Matthews relief MISSING
  • 1918 Thurston baby boy, profile MISSING
  • 19_ Art student with boy’s haircut, private collection
  • 1918 Nathaniel Hathaway at the wheel, Philadelphia PA, private collection
  • 1918 Mrs. Hathaway profile MISSING
  • 1918 Evans children (Hathaway family, Philadelphia PA) MISSING
  • 1918 Etheldreda Hovey Kleis, sister of Lt. Hovey, Kittery ME. private collection
  • 1918 Sherman MISSING
  • 1918 Henry Ware Clarke, 2nd Lt. killed in France, front view MISSING
  • 1918 Abraham Shuman, Bronze panel placed in Boston City Hospital, 3/4 life size, standing holding lapel, mutton chop whiskers, 3/4 front view. MISSING
  • 1918 Bailey memorial (payment recorded 11/15/18) MISSING
  • 1918 Ensign Charles Emerson Hovey,  killed in the Phillipines in 1911, bronze relief and 2 lettered panels, friend of the Dean Howell family, placed on the Neptune Fountain in Prescott Park,Portsmouth, NH.
  • 1918 or 1919 George Fordyce Blake, Inventor of the Blake Pump. 3/4 life size, front view, head and shoulders encircled with branches of oak leaves, set in brick wall in Cambridge. Gum wood frame. MISSING
  • 1919 Children of Dr. Swift (disappeared) MISSING
  • 1920 Dr. Swift’s daughter’s profile. MISSING
  • 1920 or 1921 Mayor Peters, City of Boston Hall of Fame, replica ordered for himself 11 1/2″ diameter, 2 casts in bronze both in private collections
  • 1922 Abraham Lincoln, Bronze relief backed by Kahn stone for New England Genealogical Society, 24″W x 36″H Gift of Robert Todd Lincoln. private collection.
  • 1922 Charles Eustis (payment received Oct/Nov), on boulder at Cathedral Pines Campground, Eustis, ME
  • 1922-23 Frank W. Benson, Painter and etcher, Museum of Fine Arts, copy given to the artist.
  • 1924 Wheeden front profile, 7 in bronze 7 in silver (Mrs. Jeannine L. Weeden, Providence RI) MISSING
  • 1928 Annie Talbot Cole, carved in 20″ round white marble mounted on gray-blue slate lettered plaque, Cole Memorial Chapel, Norton, MA.
  • 1937  James Timilty, relief for Timilty School hung in the school
  • 1937 Mayor Nichols, Boston Hall of Fame MISSING
  • 1937 Mayor Mansfield, Boston Hall of Fame MISSING
  • 1937 John P. Sutherland, Dean of Boston University Medical School, BU Medical School Library.
  • 19__ Mr. and Mrs. Birch, Colorado (miniatures?) MISSING
  • 19__ Nancy Richmond MISSING
  • 19__ Mrs. Bryant’s mother MISSING
  • 19__ Mrs. Henry (Ralph Henry’s mother) MISSING
PORTRAIT BUSTS
  • 12/1/10 Williams and Emery, MISSING.
  • 2/23/10 Earl Sanborn, painter, 2/7/12 marble base added, exhibited at the MFA, again 2/7/13, exhibited at St. Botolph Club, April 1916. MISSING.
  • 2/7/12 George “Bay” von L.Meyers, Jr., Son of Lectern von L.Meyer, Secretary of the US Navy, cast in bronze and mounted on a marble base, exhibited at St. Botolph Club, April 1916, MISSING.
  • 3/30/12 Miss Iassigi, cast in bronze, MISSING.
  • 4/17/12 Mrs. John S. Lawrence, cast in bronze, MISSING.
  • 9/14/12 Little Carter girl. Miniature and original cast in plaster?, MISSING.
  • 6/26/13 “Went to Mr.Ships. His bust had come.” MISSING.
  • 1912-1913 Berthie Gibbs, Music instructor of Attleboro School, MISSING
  • 1913 Agnes Allen, large one known as Nydia, cast in bronze and mounted on wood, originally exhibited in the first Guild of Boston Artists show, currently at Concord Art Association
  • 1913 Agnes Allen second of two, the smaller probably the masque shown in photo hanging on a wall in a private collection.
  • 4/16/13 George St.John Sheffield, cast in bronze, Yale Boat Club, Attleboro, exhibited at St. Botolph Club, April 1916, MISSING.
  • 5/19/13 Mr. Hinckley, MISSING.
  • 1914 or 1915 Miss Elizabeth Scriven Jackson (with relief of Reverend Jackson), exhibited at St. Botolph Club, April 1916, MISSING.
  • 3/1914 Mrs Batchelder in Brookline (also gave her lessons), MISSING.
  • 1914 Milton Peck, Art student who died in the war, plaster sat on the Studio windowsill for years, broken or lost in moving, MISSING.
  • 1914 Elisabeth (Pratt) Kennedy, MISSING.
  • 1916 Rev. Abraham Mitrie Rihbany, Unitarian Minister, cast in bronze, exhibited at St. Botolph Club, April 1916, MISSING.
  • 1916 Daughter Barbara Allen as a baby, plaster, private collection, exhibited at St. Botolph Club, April 1916.
  • 1917 Mrs. Matthew. MISSING.
  • 1918 George Agassiz, MISSING.
  • 19__ Dudley Pratt, son of Bela Pratt, MISSING
  • 1919  Self-Portrait, plaster, green patina, private collection.
  • 1920 Richmond, MISSING.
  • abt 1920 Carl Van Ness, husband of painter Beatrice Van Ness, North Haven, cast in bronze, in exchange for one of her paintings, Farnsworth Museum, Rockland ME
  • 1920-24  Isabel Tarrant masque, green patina, was in her possession, private collection
  • 1927 Robert Woods. Settlement worker, South End House, Boston, MISSING.
  • 1927 William Isaac Cole, cast in bronze, brother of President Cole, Wheaton College, Norton, MA
  • 1930 Francis Kershaw, Marlborough, NH. White marble, MISSING.
  • abt 1930 Bernard M. Keyes, artist, 1898-1973, cast in bronze, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA.
  • 1930′s Buckingham Sears, MISSING. (born 1911, student at SMFA)
  • 1933 Charles G. Connick, wood, Stained Class Window designer, in exchange for window for Tavern Road Studio
  • 1936 & 1937 Dean LeBaron Russell Briggs, Dean at Harvard, President of Radcliffe; Marble original at Harvard University, Cambridge, MA; bronze copy at Radcliffe College, Cambridge, MA.
  • 1936 Frederick Allen (son) as a boy of 12, plaster, private collection.
  • 1940 Woodrow Wilson, cast in bronze, half life size, given to Dr. Daniel L. Marsh, President of Boston University for his retirement, gift of the Boston Rotarians, MISSING.
  • 19__ Mr. Correluski, Ironmonger in exchange for lessons, MISSING.
  • 19__ Cushman Clapp, “mother moved out west,” MISSING.
  • 1931 John Weeks, Newton High School moved to Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests
  • 19__ Alfred Uhler, music teacher in Concord, MISSING.
  • 1949 Jane McIntosh Allen, a gift for her engagement to Gordon Allen, private collection, unsigned.
DIRECT CARVINGS

Dates are generally unavailable. It is assumed that the wooden carvings were done in the 20′s and the stone carvings after that. Stone carvings were done over time as he had time and inspiration to work on them. Most of them were “ideal” work from his imagination dictated by the stones.

Portrait busts and portrait reliefs carved in wood and marble are listed above under those categories.

  • 1914 Torso of a Dancing Girl, 2 carved in white marble at Concord Art Association and Farnsworth Museum. Bronze exhibited at Boston Art Club, and St. Botolph Club, April 1916, three bronze copies at Museum of Fine Arts, Metropolitan Museum and in a private collection.
  • 1914 Marble torso, larger than above, same design
  • 1920′s Madonna and child, golden oak, private collection, exhibited at St. Botolph Club, April 1916.
  • 1920′s Female ecclesiastical figure with book, head covered with a scarf, left hand raised in blessing.
  • abt 1926 Crucifix, life size, carved in oak, St. Francis Chapel, Marlborough, NH.
  • abt 1926 St. Francis holding a bird, stone (granite?), placed on a birdbath in garden behind chapel on Stone Pond, stolen during one winter when left outside, MISSING.
  • 1930s Torso, North Haven green granite, private collection.
  • 1930′s Mermaid, North Haven gray granite, placed in Frank Benson’s garden at Wooster Farm, North Haven, ME, private collection.
  • 1930′s? Head of a Man, primitive style, North Haven gray granite beach boulder, private collection.
  • 1930′s Horse’s Head, North Haven granite beach pebble, private collection.
  • 1930′s Small Girl’s Head, North Haven granite beach pebble, private collection.
  • 1930′s Girl with long hair, unfinished, Vinalhaven pink granite, private collection.
  • 1930′s Face with a broken nose, gray granite, unfinished, private collection.
  • 1930-1950?  Dog’s Head, North Haven granite?, private collection
  • 1938 Elephant, North Haven gray granite, private collection.
  • 1938 Egyptian Head, North Haven gray granite, heroic size, exhibited in 1939 New York World’s Fair, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC.
  • 1940′s Head of a Woman, Vinalhaven pink granite, heroic size, placed at Goodstay, DuPont Estate gardens, Wilmington, DE, private collection.
MEDALLIONS AND MEDALS
  • 1912 Library Seal/Book Plate (by Dr. Holden via Mrs.Lloyd Elliott).
  • 1920′s? Seven small medallions, copies made in plaster from “shells” or molds by Gordon Allen for family members, circumstantial evidence that all except one were made by Allen, copies made for family. Molds missing.
  • 1921-22 Peabody Medal, commission from Charles Coolidge in the Fall on Proposed commissions list from 1922 MISSING
  • 1922-23 Frank W. Benson Medallion, Painter and etcher, Museum of Fine Arts, copy given to the artist. (See above under Portrait Reliefs)
  • 1929 Pegasus Medallion, for Harvard Advocate Building, plaster, Polychromy, original, copy with color, restored to cast new copy for private collection.
  • 1931 Commemorative Medal for Boston Symphony Orchestra for 50th Anniversary, bronze, 2.5″ diam, two copies known one in MFA one in private collection.
IMAGINATIVE/IDEAL STUDIES
  • 1912 Jordan Statuette, dancing figurette of Dorothy Jordan exhibited at the Museum of Fine Arts with Frogs and Sanborn bust, MISSING. There is a note about a dancing girl broken at an exhibit and lost.
  • 1914 Primeval Prayer, bronze, exhibited at the opening of the Boston Guild of Artists, private collection.
  • 1914 Cain or Cain and his Conscience, bronze, exhibited in the traveling GBA show in 1915-1916, private collection.
  • 1914 Flight of the Arrow, bronze, private collection, also called Archer
  • 1914 Moon Sprite, may be Seated Girl/Woman in private collection
  • abt 1914 The Wave, bronze, The Farnsworth Museum, Rockland, ME
  • abt 1914 Gladiator Victor, original clay MISSING, bronze exhibited at St. Botolph Club, April 1916, MISSING, plaster cast in private collection
  • abt 1914 Hermes, bronze, MISSING.
  • abt 1914 Orpheus, bronze, exhibited at St. Botolph Club, April 1916, MISSING.
  • 1914 Head relief, excerpt from the Panel of Painting on the Evans WIng of the MFA, exhibited at St. Botolph Club, April 1916. MISSING
  • 1914 Crippled Frog Bookends (2) cast and mounted on marble, exhibited Guild of Boston Artists, Doll & Richards, St. Botolph Club 1916, private collection
  • abt 1915 Japanese Juggler, exhibited at St. Botolph Club, April 1916. MISSING
  • abt 1915 Russian Dancing Girl, exhibited at St. Botolph Club, April 1916. MISSING
  • abt 1915 Auto Mount, exhibited at St. Botolph Club, April 1916. MISSING
  • abt 1914 Spirit of the Antique, bronze exhibited at St. Botolph Club, April 1916, may be Allen’s name for Torso of a dancing girl. MISSING
  • 1916 Mother and Child, bronze, exhibited at St. Botolph Club April 1916, one of 18 of his pieces shown, MISSING
  • 1916 Mother and Child, excerpt of head portion. Alternative sculpture also exhibited, MISSING
  • 1917 Niche figure for Gates (or Gales) MISSING
  • 1918? Mantle decoration for Guy Lowell, Architect, MISSING.
  • 1920 -1924 Eros, Cupid boy figure for Arthur Davis, Mill Neck Long Island, copy held by Guy Lowell in Swampscott, both figures MISSING.
  • 1929-30 Pediment of Archers, exhibited at an Alumnae Show, never placed, MISSING.
  • 1929 Pegasus Medallion, plaster cast for Harvard Advocate, private collection.
  • 1959 Fisherman, plaster cast, unsigned, private collection.
  • 1960 Pegasus, sculpmetal? MISSING
  • 1960 Tree Trunk for Hallowells in North Haven, MISSING.
  • 1961 Leaping Fish, sculpmetal, made for Mrs. Jennings in North Haven, ME, MISSING
  • 19__ Angel candlesticks, plaster copies held in private collections. Cast #IV, polychromy plaster in private collection
FOUNTAIN PIECES
  • 1912 Frog, listed as “Frog (large) for rock” on commissions list. MISSING
  • 1913 Duck Boy, for G.K.Billings, Santa Barbara, CA, exhibited at Concord Art Association in their Ninth Annual Exhibition in 1925. Copy made for Lowell. MISSING.
  • 1913 Dolphin Fountain for Mrs. E. Alford, Brookline, MA, cast in bronze, MISSING.
  • 1912-13 Boy Fountain (perhaps “boy with foot on turtle”) cast in bronze, MISSING.
  • 1914 Boy with Goatskin, Piping Rock Club, Long Island, MISSING.
  • 1915 Elephant Fountain for Beal, MISSING.
  • 1919 “Fountain Figure” of a young girl. Daughter Barbara posed at age 4, round base with rams heads joined by festoons, MISSING.
  • 1922 Frog Fountain, (listed as paid in 1922), exhibited at MFA with 2 Crippled Frogs, Sanborn bust and Jordan statuette, MISSING.
  • 1922 Grotesque Masque/Satyr, for fountain in courtyard of Tavern Road Studio, stolen from North Haven boathouse and still MISSING.
MASQUES (LIFE AND DEATH) AND HANDS

DEATH MASQUES

  • 1910 J.H.Parker, father Powell Converse, father-in-law of H.E. Converse.
  • 1910 Mr Quincy, author, on Charles Street at M.DeWolfe home.
  • 19__ Mr. Converse.
  • 1912 Professor Rotch, meterologist, founder of Blue Hills Conservatory, more than one cast in bronze by Caproni.
  • 1913 John Storr‘s mother in Paris after operation for appendicitis.
  • 1913 Dr. Sanford, ordered by Dr. Holden, never taken because body had changed too much.
  • 1921 Charles McVeigh, Dublin, NH.
  • 1922 H.B.Parke, Arlington Heights, MA.
  • 1923, Mrs. Stanley King
  • 1923 Daughter of Mrs King, age 5 1/2, taken the same day.
  • 1924 George S. Summer/Sumner, 1471 Beacon Street, Boston, MA.
  • 1925 Woods Bobcat, A16 Bond Street
  • 1933 Mrs. Arthur Lyman, Waltham
  • 1930? Francis Kershaw, Bond Street, Cambridge, MA.
  • 1934 Dean LeBaron Russell Briggs, Harvard College, Cambridge, MA.

LIFE MASQUES

  • 1910 Henry James, novelist, “stayed for dinner.”
  • 19__ Peramino, a doctor at Massachusetts General Hospital
  • 19__ Bowditch man and his girlfriend in North Haven
  • 19__ Richard Coolidge
  • 19__ Miss Grace Nichols
  • 1926 Gino Tengieri
  • 1936 DiChico, at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
  • 1936 Adio diBiccari, at SMFA.
  • 1936 Ruth Edmonds, at SMFA.

OTHER MASQUES

Comedy and Tragedy (last seen in the boathouse in North Haven, ME)

HAND CASTS

  • 1913 Mrs. Alton Roberts of Brookline commissioned work, MISSING, cast of baby’s hand
  • 1918 Took a cast of the hand of Professor George Agassiz of Harvard and North Haven, cast in bronze.
  • 1938 Conductor Serge Koussevitsky, Boston Symphony Orchestra
  • 19__ Hand casts of the sculptor’s children.
WAX MEDICAL REPLICAS

1909-1911 Dermatology medical models for study, made using the Lost Wax Process, for Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital, Dr. Bowen supervising as Professor of Dermatology and Syphilis, funding by Dr. Weld. Diseased body parts cast and colored realistically from behind. MISSING.

WORK FOR BELA PRATT AS ASSISTANT
  • 1910 Nurse Monument, January through May.
  • 1911 Soldier for Abington Monument Arch, 6′ bas relief from a live model, sailor opposite by Miss Wollett.
  • 1911 Eagle for Abington Arch, made in July in the round for the top of the arch, armature by Recchia and Paramino.
  • 1911 Nathaniel Hawthorne memorial statue, made the armature and worked on the modeling from April until June,
  • 1912 Accompanied Pratt to Gorham to see casting of Hale Memorial for Boston Public Garden.
  • 1912 Horse, mentioned twice in October then again in January and February, Polo Pony mentioned in Sept. 1912,  Feb.1913 also made studies of bridles for Polo Pony with work on the pony listed for 8 days in March.
  • 1913 Lord Jeffrey Amherst started 2/6, listed as “Equestrienne” in Jan-Feb 1913 and in February variously as Lord Amherst equestrienne, Amherst and the horse, Amherst horse.
  • 1913 School Boy, assisted Pratt on it in January
  • 1913 Roman Horseman noted twice in February and twice in April
  • 1913 Cast horse’s head in March. “Torsky at Pratt’s casting.”
  • 1914 Modeled the seagull and a squirrel for a fountain commission.
MISCELLANEOUS
  • 1910 Cast 3 figures
  • 1910 Cast 8-pc mold for Miss Bowdich
  • 1912 Model of Mrs. Macy’s cat
  • 1912 Bid on lions for Boston Public Library, lost to Lewis St. Gaudens.
  • 1915 Paid for Auto figures, Shields, and Enlarging fountain for Mrs. Bryant.
  • 1917 Paid for Plaster casting, small Statue of Liberty, Enlarging fountain maid.
  • 1918 Sold torsos to Curtis, Bush and Platt, Paid for casting and plaster, Paid for work on archer and crane, Paid for mantle piece
  • 1918 Sold torso to “New York Museum.”
  • 1924 Paid for Scale Model of School (assume SMFA)

STUDENT PRIVATE TEACHING FEES