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The Hippach Chapel
Chapel Hill Gardens
Villa Park

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The Fisher Columbarium
Graceland Cemetery
Chicago

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The Frank Lloyd Wright Home
951 Chicago Avenue
Oak Park

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Portrait Busts
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The Schiller Building
64 West Randolph Street
Chicago

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Unity Temple
875 Lake street
Oak Park

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++ RICHARD W. BOCK was born in Shloppen, West Prussia on July 16, 1865. At the age of 4, he emigrated to Chicago. Bock studied at the Mechanic's Institute of Chicago and privately with Frederick Almenraeder. Both, later, worked at North Western Terra Cotta. By 1885 he was with Herter Brothers in New York. Bock studied in Berlin at Kaiserliche, Konigliche Kunstgewerbe Museum, where he formed a lasting friendship with Karl Bitter. He continued to Paris 1890 where he studied in Falguire's Studio at the Ecole des Arts. Classmates included Bella Pratt, Hermon MacNeil, and John Flanagan. His career included work with Solon Beman at the Columbian Exposition; with Louis Sullivan at the Auditorium Theater and the Schiller Building; with Dwight Perkins at the Omaha Exposition and with Frank Lloyd Wright at Midway Gardens. He died on June 29, 1949 +++
Sculpture by Richard Bock

Mining Building. Columbian Expostion
Missouri Buildng. Louisiana Purchase Exposition Schiller Building. Bas Reliefs. Chicago
Schiller Building. Portrait Busts. Chicago
Fisher Columbarium. Graceland. Chicago
Frank Lloyd Wright Home. Oak Park
Dana House. Springfield
Unity Temple. Oak Park
Larkin Administration Building. Buffalo
Hippach Chapel. Villa Park
George Rogers Clark. DAR Memorial Washington
Lure of the Rhinegold. Greenville