Words of Wisdom: More from Augustus Saint-Gaudens

by Matthew Innis |

“It’s the way the thing’s done that makes it right or wrong . . .”¹. . . when the prepared student came to my father’s hands, he was told to work as naively and as primitively as possible, to leave no tool marks showing, to make his surfaces seem as if they had grown there,…

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