Full name: Dudley Vaill Talcott
Born: June 9, 1899 in Hartford, Connecticut, United States
Died: February 19, 1986 in Farmington, Connecticut, United States
Country: United States
Sport: Art Competitions
American sculptor, author and illustrator Dudley Talcott studied in Paris and New York. After World War II, he made extensive study trips to Greenland, after having made visits to the Norwegian fjords for six years. These travels inspired Talcott to write and illustrate two related books, Noravind and Report of the Company. He later opened an architectural firm together with his brothers.
In 1932, his sculpture Wrestler was given Honorable Mention at the Art Competitions in Los Angeles in the category sculpturing. Talcott was born into an artistic and encouraging family and was free to pursue his artistic endeavors without being forced to pursue a more commercial career for his talents. His daughter Jane Allen Talcott also became a respected painter.
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