Olin L. Warner
sculptor; b. 1844 (at Suffield, Connecticut); d. August, 1896.
At the age of twenty-one he entered the atelier of François Jouffray at the École des Beaux Arts in Paris. He remained in Paris three years. Among his important works are the statue of W. Lloyd Garrison in Boston, the statue of Governor Buckingham in the Capitol at Washington, a fountain at Portland, Oregon. He carried out some important sculpture of strickly architectural character, as at the Congressional Library Building.