Clark Battle Fitz-Gerald (Born 1917, St. Louis; Died 2004, Castine, Maine)
Clark Battle Fitz-Gerald achieved renown as a sculptor of large public pieces of art installed in prominent locations in cities, churches, and universities in the United States and abroad. Maine Maritime Academy, Colby College, and the University of Maine all have large-scale works by
Fitz-Gerald on their campuses.
One of his most notable Maine pieces, and typical of Fitz-Gerald's themes, Continuity of Community, is an enormous aluminum mobius strip in Bangor's West Market Square.
Born in 1917 in St. Louis, Fitz-Gerald attended John Burroughs school and graduated from Philadelphia College of Art in 1940.
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