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Category:Clark Mills (sculptor)

Clark Mills (1810/15 - 1883) was an American sculptor, best known for three equestrian statues of Andrew Jackson, in Washington D.C., Nashville, Tennessee, and New Orleans, Louisiana. In 1865 Mills made a life-cast of Abraham Lincoln's head.

Clark Mills (1810–1883) Blue pencil.svg wikidata:Q2975653
Clark Mills
Alternative names Mills; clark mills
Description American sculptor and artist
Date of birth/death 13 December 1810 12 January 1883
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