Definition of Jacob Epstein
1. Noun. British sculptor (born in the United States) noted for busts and large controversial works (1880-1959).
Generic synonyms: Carver, Sculptor, Sculpturer, Statue Maker
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Literary usage of Jacob Epstein
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1. The War Diary of a Diplomat by Lee Meriwether (1919)
"Designed by Jacob Epstein." On the grave lay a single bunch of fresh flowers; were they, too, "given by a lady?" By her who erected this costly monument? ..."
2. The American State Reports: Containing the Cases of General Value and by Abraham Clark Freeman (1902)
"It is but another form of saying, to promote the private business of Jacob Epstein and his convenience in respect thereto. How does it serve the general ..."
3. Municipal Corporation Cases Annotated: A Collection of All Cases Affecting edited by Thomas Johnson Michie (1902)
"It is but another form of saying "to promote the private business of Jacob Epstein and his convenience in respect thereto." How does it serve the general ..."
4. Illustrative Cases on Municipal Corporations by Roger William Cooley (1913)
"This ordinance recited that this right was granted "for the convenience of the public having business with Jacob Epstein." The appellants began this suit by ..."
5. American Jewish Year Book by American Jewish Committee, Jewish Publication Society of America (1904)
"... Mo., gives $500 to the Wise Memorial Fund. Temple Emanu El, New York City, gives $500 to the " General Slocum " Fund. Jacob Epstein, Baltimore, Md., ..."
6. A Selection of Cases on the Conflict of Laws by Joseph Henry Beale (1907)
"During the year above mentioned one Jacob Epstein, a resident of \ Baltimore, in the State of Maryland, asserted that Balk was indebted ,,"'.. to him in the ..."