Introduction
Richard Howard Hunt (born September 12, 1935) is an American sculptor with over 125 sculptures for public display in the United States. Hunt has served on the Smithsonian Institution's National Board of Directors. Hunt’s abstract, contemporary sculpture work is notable for its presence in public displays as early as the 1960s, despite social pressures for the obstruction of African-American art at the time.
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Q7326615
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Introduction
Richard Howard Hunt is an African-American sculptor who was born in Chicago, Illinois. He is one of America's foremost direct-metal sculptors.
Nationalities
American, African American
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Educator, Sculptor
Names
Richard Howard Hunt, Richard Hunt
Ulan
500124131
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