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George Manuel Aarons

 (1896 - 1980)
George Manuel Aarons was active/lived in Massachusetts / Russian Federation.  George Aarons is known for sculptor-abstract figure.

George Manuel Aarons

George Aarons was a distinguished sculptor who lived and taught in Gloucester for many years until his death in 1980. He had, according to all accounts, many students in the area and he designed Gloucester's 350th Anniversary Commemorative Medal.

In the summer of 2003, the North Shore Arts Association of Gloucester held an exhibition of his work, and following is information that the North Shore Arts Association gathered for that exhibition.

Characteristic of his era, George Aarons was among the foreign-born American sculptors of the early 20th century who started their careers as academicians and evolved into modernists and increasingly abstract artists.

Born in St. Petersburg, Russia, Aarons immigrated to the United  ...  Displaying 750 of 15846 characters.

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About  George Manuel Aarons

Born:  1896 - St. Petersburg, Russia
Died:   1980 - Gloucester, Massachusetts
Known for:  sculptor-abstract figure