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Attached is a photograph of the American expatriot sculptor Jacob Epstein and three of his pieces. This is a short notice heralding the great splash that the artist was making in the London art world of 1915. Although his work can be found in many of the world's finest museums, Jacob Epstein is best remembered today for his creation of the monumental sculpture that marks the grave of Oscar Wilde.

"Jacob Epstein was brought up in the city of New York, being one of a group of young men from the other side of the Bowery, some of whom have since become well known in the arts."

     


Jacob Epstein: Firebrand of Art (Vanity Fair Magazine, 1915)

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