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Sculptor Harold “Tuck” Langland

Harold LanglandHarold “Tuck” Langland is a sculptor, author, and professor emeritus at Indiana University South Bend where he taught in the fine arts department for more than thirty years.

He designed the statue of Herman B Wells on the IU Bloomington campus, and the sculpture in the fountain outside the Student Activities Center on the IU South Bend campus.

His sculptures are housed in numerous museums, parks, public gardens, colleges, and corporate and private collections around the world. Langland is first vice president of the National Sculpture Society, an Academician in the National Academy of Art, and the author of two books on sculpture, “Practical Sculpture,” and “From Clay to Bronze, A Studio Guide to Figurative Sculpture.”

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