Lloyd Lillie (Sculptor, NA, NSS)

Lloyd Lillie Demographics:
  • Name - A. Lloyd Lillie Jr. (Sculptor; NA 1991; NSS 1993)
  • Born - 1932
  • Profession - Sculptor & art teacher
  • Lives - Newton, MA
Lloyd Lillie General Facts:
  • Excellent sculptor of many public historical bronze figures.
  • He is the recipient of sculpture awards at the National Sculpture Society and the National Academy.
  • Lloyd Lillie's website sadly seems to been taken down.
Lloyd Lillie Academics:
  • Lloyd Lillie holds a diploma from the Boston Museum of Fine Arts School.
  • He studied at the Skowhegan School of Painting & Sculpture, the Corcoran School of Art, and the Accademia di Belle Arti, Florence.
  • Has taught (now Emeritus Professor) at Boston University, School for the Arts.
  • Fellow of the National Sculpture Society.
  • Member of the Sculptors Guild.
Lloyd Lillie Recent exhibitions:
  • Dana Hall School, Wellesley, MA
  • St. Botolph Club, Boston
  • Falmouth Public Library
  • National Sculpture Society
  • Cambridge Art Association
  • Mirsky Gallery
  • Antheneum, Boston
  • Institute of Contemporary Art
  • Hirshhorm Museum
  • Corcoran Gallery of Art
  • Milton Academy

The Chess Players by Lloyd Lillie
[Photo by kimberlyfaye, Creative Commons]

National Academy Museum and School of Fine Arts - Lloyd Lillie
The Chess Players -kimberlyfaye on Flickr
DC Memorials Pieces by Lloyd Lillie
We Are Not Amused II
Chess Art - Outdoor Bronze Chess Sculpture by Lloyd Lillie - John Marshall Park Washington DC

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L. Jay Reinke said...

Lillie is identified as the sculptor for a marvelous wooden figure--a life-size horse with Teddy Roosevelt (who is wearing some of Roosevelt's actual clothes)--on display at the Headquarters of Teddy Roosevelt National Park (South Unit) in Medora, North Dakota. This isn's a sculpted piece, but an assembled piece, made of small, fitted pieces of wood, nailed to form a life-sized sculpture. It's absolutely fantastic.

Alchemipedia said...

Thanks very much for your comment Jay. I agree the piece is fantastic.

Managed to find a photo of the piece HERE:

Rebecca Buck said...

Lloyd Lillie taught me in 1984 and affected my whole career . Thank you, sir.
respectfully , Rebecca Buck

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