Angela Gregory

(1903–1990)

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Gregory, Angela - Sculpture - "La Belle Augustine"

Widely hailed as the doyenne of sculpture in Louisiana, Angela Gregory (1903-1990) crafted "La Belle Augustine," a bronze, circa 1928. ZoomifyView »

Louisiana State Capitol Building - Photograph - Interior detail

This brass railing located inside the Louisiana state capitol building was designed by Louisiana artist Angela Gregory. Gregory also served as director of the state's Federal Art Project. ZoomifyView »

Gregory, Angela - Sculpture - "Philomela"

The prototype for this bronze sculpture, "Philomela," ca. 1970s, was made by Angela Gregory in Paris, while she was a student of French sculptor Antoine Bourdelle. ZoomifyView »

Gregory, Angela - Painting - "Spanish Dancer"

Known primarily as an accomplished sculptor, Angela Gregory also painted in watercolors and oils. She created "Spanish Dancer" with oils on board in 1925. ZoomifyView »

Gregory, Angela - Sculpture - "Goose"

This cast bronze "Goose" by Angela Gregory is seven inches tall and was made in 1931. ZoomifyView »

Gregory, Angela - Illustration - "Sailor Boy II"

New Orleans-born Angela Gregory drew "Sailor Boy II" while enrolled in the Paris branch of the Parsons School of Fine and Applied Arts in 1925. ZoomifyView »

Gregory, Angela - Painting - "Time Goes By"

Angela Gregory painted "Time Goes By" in 1925. She would later gain fame as a sculptor and turn her Pine Street studio in New Orleans into a meeting place for artists, celebrated friends, and distinguished visitors. ZoomifyView »

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