Jo Davidson

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Jo Davidson (1883 – 1952) was an American sculptor specializing in realistic human busts and statues, starting with clay and then cast in terra-cotta or bronze, or carved from marble. He created life sized scultures of many of the iconic personalities of his time, including Walt Whitman and Gertrude Stein.