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Lee Oscar Lawrie (October 16, 1877 - January 23, 1963) was one of the United States' foremost architectural sculptors and a key figure in the American art scene preceding World War II.

Over his long career of more than 300 commissions, Lawrie's style evolved through Modern Gothic, to Beaux-Arts Classicism and finally into Moderne or Art Deco. His most prominent work is the free-standing bronze Atlas at New York City's Rockefeller Center.

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