Bust of Huey Long
Albert George Rieker became one of the most notable sculptors in the United States when membership in the all-male New Orleans Art League provided an exhibition venue for his plaster-cast Neoclassical friezes. The plaster bust "Huey P. Long" was made in 1940.
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