Sculptor Henry Van Wolf displays work in his Van Nuys studio
Valley Times Photo Collection
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Photograph was edited for publication purposes Henry Van Wolf, born in Bavaria in 1898, was a prominent sculptor in the San Fernando Valley. Moving to the San Fernando Valley in 1944, Van Wolf sculpted many statues and busts on display throughout the Los Angeles and elsewhere in the United States. He founded the Valley Artists Guild, also known as VAG in 1948. Van Wolf died in 1982. Photograph caption dated January 11, 1962 reads "Artist shows model of antelope he made for his gate post at 14101 Chandler Blvd." Van Wolf maintained his studio in his home at 14101 Chandler Boulevard in Van Nuys.
1 photographic print :b&w ;21 x 26 cm. Photographic prints
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