Person    | Male  Born 1871  Died 1959

Theodore Spicer Simson

Categories: Sculpture

Countries: France, USA

Sculptor and medallist. On the page about his brother, Geoffrey, Wikipedia says "The eldest {sibling}, Theodore Spicer-Simson, became a world-famous medallion portrait artist, moving between France and the United States." The photo shows him in 1934.

When Conway died alone in his home in Paris it was Spicer Simson who identified the body.

This section lists the memorials created by the subject on this page:
Theodore Spicer Simson

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Moncure Conway bust - lost

In the early 1900s Moncure Conway retired to Paris, where he met and became g...

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