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Old 07-25-2019, 05:33 AM
soonguy soonguy is offline
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George Kruger Gray

I have been researching the story of George Kruger Gray 1880-1943 who as a boy was dramatically rescued from Crosby Beach - I have written this up in detail if anyone would like it. His output of coin design, stained glass windows, portrait and scenic paintings is well documented online. Paintings seem to come to market regularly. But although he is also described as a sculptor, I have found no online references or photos of anything that would qualify as carving apart from a couple of maces, one of which was incomplete at the time of his death. Does anyone know of anything? By the way, his maternal grandmother was artist Fanny Frances nee Rosenberg aka Mrs J D Harris or Fanny Harris, and her works still come up for auction from time to time. Grateful thanks
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