Milton Hebald
1917–2015

Introduction

Milton Elting Hebald (May 24, 1917 – January 5, 2015) was a sculptor who specialized in figurative bronze works. Twenty-three of his works are displayed in public in New York City, including the statues of Romeo and Juliet and The Tempest in front of the Delacorte Theatre in Central Park. His major work is a 220-foot (67 m), 12-piece "Zodiac Screen", then the largest sculpture in the world, commissioned by Pan-American Airlines for its terminal at John F. Kennedy International Airport, and now owned and stored by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.

Wikidata identifier

Q6861141

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Introduction

Known primarily for his figurative and monumental bronzes, often installed in public places. He lived in Rome, Italy for 50 years from 1955.

Roles

Artist, graphic artist, painter, sculptor, teacher

ULAN identifier

500100834

Names

Milton Hebald, Milton Elting Hebald

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