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Nathan Rapoport (1911-1987), who is also known as Natan Rapoport, was a Jewish sculptor who was born in Warsaw, Poland. His middle name may be rendered in English as either Yaakov or Jacob. In 1936, he won a scholarship to study in France and Italy. He fled to the Soviet Union when the Nazis invaded Poland. The Soviets initially provided him with a studio, but later compelled him to work as a manual laborer. After the end of hostilities, he returned to Poland to study at the Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts. In 1950, Rapoport immigrated to the United States, where he lived in New York until his death in 1987.

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  • Nathan Jakow Rappaport (auch Rapoport, Rapaport) (geboren 1911 in Warschau; gestorben 1987 in New York) war ein in Polen geborener jüdischer Bildhauer.
  • Nathan Rapoport (1911-1987) est un sculpteur juif né à Varsovie, en Pologne.
  • Nathan Rapoport (Warschau, 7 november 1911 - New York, 5 juni 1987) was een Pools-Amerikaanse beeldhouwer.
  • Natan Jakow Rapaport (także Rapoport lub Rappaport; ur. 7 listopada 1911 w Warszawie, zm. 4 czerwca 1987 w Nowym Jorku) – polski rzeźbiarz żydowskiego pochodzenia. Od 1948 przebywał na emigracji, od 1959 w Stanach Zjednoczonych.
  • Натан Яков Рапопорт (7 ноября 1911, Варшава, Польша — 4 июня 1987, Нью-Йорк) — скульптор.
  • Nathan Rapoport (1911-1987), who is also known as Natan Rapoport, was a Jewish sculptor who was born in Warsaw, Poland. His middle name may be rendered in English as either Yaakov or Jacob. In 1936, he won a scholarship to study in France and Italy. He fled to the Soviet Union when the Nazis invaded Poland. The Soviets initially provided him with a studio, but later compelled him to work as a manual laborer. After the end of hostilities, he returned to Poland to study at the Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts. In 1950, Rapoport immigrated to the United States, where he lived in New York until his death in 1987.
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  • Nathan Jakow Rappaport (auch Rapoport, Rapaport) (geboren 1911 in Warschau; gestorben 1987 in New York) war ein in Polen geborener jüdischer Bildhauer.
  • Nathan Rapoport (1911-1987) est un sculpteur juif né à Varsovie, en Pologne.
  • Nathan Rapoport (Warschau, 7 november 1911 - New York, 5 juni 1987) was een Pools-Amerikaanse beeldhouwer.
  • Natan Jakow Rapaport (także Rapoport lub Rappaport; ur. 7 listopada 1911 w Warszawie, zm. 4 czerwca 1987 w Nowym Jorku) – polski rzeźbiarz żydowskiego pochodzenia. Od 1948 przebywał na emigracji, od 1959 w Stanach Zjednoczonych.
  • Натан Яков Рапопорт (7 ноября 1911, Варшава, Польша — 4 июня 1987, Нью-Йорк) — скульптор.
  • Nathan Rapoport (1911-1987), who is also known as Natan Rapoport, was a Jewish sculptor who was born in Warsaw, Poland. His middle name may be rendered in English as either Yaakov or Jacob. In 1936, he won a scholarship to study in France and Italy. He fled to the Soviet Union when the Nazis invaded Poland. The Soviets initially provided him with a studio, but later compelled him to work as a manual laborer. After the end of hostilities, he returned to Poland to study at the Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts. In 1950, Rapoport immigrated to the United States, where he lived in New York until his death in 1987. His sculptures in public places include: * Liberation (Holocaust memorial), 1985, bronze, Liberty State Park, Jersey City, New Jersey * Monument to the Ghetto Heroes in Warsaw, Poland. * Monument to Mordechai Anielewicz at Kibbutz Yad Mordechai, Israel * The Last March, bronze sculpture in Yad Vashem, Jerusalem, Israel * The Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, bronze sculpture in Yad Vashem, Jerusalem, Israel * Philadelphia Holocaust Memorial at Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia, PA. * Korczak's Last Walk at the Park Avenue Synagogue, New York, NY.
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