Thomas Gibson Crawford (1814-1857)

Thomas Gibson Crawford, Sculptor, of New York

Associated Houses

Hamilton Grange

St. Nicholas Park

He was one of America's best regarded sculptors in his time, perhaps best known for the the 20-foot bronze "Statue of Freedom" that crowns the U.S. Capital. He is also remembered for the Washington Monument in Richmond, Virginia.
Contributed by Mark Meredith on 03/04/2019 and last updated on 03/04/2019.