Virginia Claflin Pratt


Virginia Claflin Pratt

Virginia Claflin Pratt (1902-1952) was an American sculptor and the wife of Dudley Pratt. Her speciality was portraits of children.

References

*"Pratt, V(irginia) Claflin (Mrs. Dudley)" in Falk, Peter Hastings, ed. "Who Was Who in American Art." Madison, Conn.: Sound View Press, 1999, p. 2657.


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