Sculptors of Cape Ann

By Steven Law

 



 

About the author:

Steven Law is a freelance writer living in Rockport, MA.

 

Resource Library editor's note:

The above article was reprinted in Resource Library on May 26, 2005 with the permission of the author. Mr. Law's article was written in conjunction with the exhibition titled Sculptors of Cape Ann: From Medals to Monuments, held September 25, 1997 - October 25, 1997 at the Rockport Art Association, Rockport, MA. If you have questions or comments regarding the article, please contact Mr. Law c/o Traditional Fine Arts Organization.

This article was previously published in American Art Review, Volume IX, Number 5, September-October 1997, pp. 118-123.

Resource Library wishes to extend appreciation to the Rockport Art Association for help in contacting Mr. Law.

 

On April 4, 2009 Dr. Victor Chan, son of sculptor G.T Chan, emailed to TFAO the following photos of Charles Grafly and G.T Chan:

 

(above: Grafly and Chan c 1927. Photo courtesy of Victor Chan)

 

(above: Chan, Grafly and classmates (Amelia Peabody). Photo courtesy of Victor Chan)

 

(above: Chan, Grafly in SMFA Boston. Photo courtesy of Victor Chan)

 

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