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Sign-O-Pedia: Gregg LeFevre

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Photographer, Sculptor

Born in the United States (1946). LeFevre who works in the United States, came to sculpture and design after studying philosophy. It is best known for the bronze plaques found in major cities in the United States, especially New York City (more than 120 such sites)
In addition to sculpture and mainly because of his "street works", from the early 1990s he also began to engage in street photography, and exhibitions of his photographs are found in many places.

The artist’s signature appears on some of the plaques, for example (from )

On the website are several projects of the artist:
The Library Walk - a route that starts at the New York Public Library, and continues along 41st Street, with quotations from famous books and authors .
Union Square Timeline - a series of 22 panels surrounding Union Square and describing the history of the square from 1600 to 1882
Park Avenue plaques - bronze plaques placed on Park Ave in Manhattan and describing historic buildings in the area

The works on the site made by Gregg LeFevre (1-25  of 85)
1 New York - Union Square Timeline - New York Maps between the years 1600-1811
2 New York - Union Square Route - the square in about 1859
3 New York - Union Square Route - The fountain built on the completion of Croton Aqueduct
4 New York - Union Square Route - Union Square probably in the beginning of the 19th century
5 New York - Union Square Route - The funeral procession for President Jackson
6 New York - Union Square Route - the square in 1840
7 New York - Union Square Route - HorseCars in the 19th century
8 New York - Union Square Route - The southeast corner of the Square in 1852
9 New York - Union Square Route - The Academy of Music & Tammany Hall in the 19 century
10 New York - Union Square Route - The statue of George Washington
11 New York - Union Square Route - Looking south over Union Square in the 1850’s
12 New York - Union Square Route - Posters and tickets for the Square shows in the 19th century
13 New York - Union Square Route - The Great Meeting in 1861
14 New York - Union Square Route - Piano Row
15 New York - Union Square Route - Presentation of Colors to the 20th U.S. Colored Infantry
16 New York - Union Square Route - The funeral procession of President Lincoln
17 New York - Union Square Route - The “Ladies’ Mile”
18 New York - Union Square Route - The statue of Abraham Lincoln
19 New York - Union Square Route - Hotels around Union Square in the 1870s
20 New York - Union Square Route - the square in 1872
21 New York - Union Square Route - Marquis de Lafayette statue
22 New York - Union Square Route - The first Labor Day Parade in 1882
23 New York - Park Avenue plaques - French Building
24 New York - Park Avenue plaques - Lincoln Building and two other buildings
25 New York - Park Avenue plaques - Seagram Building
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