American sculptor whose recurring themes come from Greek and Roman mythology. He sculpted Leda and the Swan and The Rape of Lucrece.
He studied at the Independent School of Art in New York City as well as the Robert Henri School.
He was commissioned to create portraits of Roosevelt's cabinet in the 1930s.
His parents raised him in College Point, New York.
Frank O'Hara curated an exhibition of his in New York.