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Socrates for Philosophy,

Socrates is regarded as the father of Philosophy.

Per Encyclopedia Britannica,

“Socrates,  (born c. 470 bce, Athens [Greece]—died 399 bce, Athens), Greek philosopher whose way of life, character, and thought exerted a profound influence on ancient and modern philosophy.”


Socrates was one of Lawrie’s favorite subjects, and he did additional portraits of him on the Nebraska State Capitol and other buildings.

For an even bigger view of these pieces, in context, click here for this Gigapan (a HUGE, amazingly zoom-able composite image) view of these figures and go to FULL SCREEN mode for best viewing results.

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