Art: Lucky Manship

Born the seventh child of a seventh child on Christmas Day, Paul Manship was told he was lucky. At 14 he was painting a still-life of a green glazeware milk jug when his brother told him the jug was brown. Lucky Paul Manship was color blind. He wasted no time switching to clay. After three years in Sculptor Solon Borglum's studio and the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, he rambled through Spain (1908). Next year he won the Prix de Rome. From 1916 to 1925 he was too busy to hold a one-man...

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