|Born||September 19, 1880
|Died||August 29, 1950(aged 69)|
Leonard Craske (September 19, 1880 – August 29, 1950) was a sculptor. Craske was born and raised in London, England. After emigrating to the United States and settling in Boston, he became an accomplished sculptor, creating the well-known Gloucester Fisherman's Memorial in Gloucester, Massachusetts, the work for which he is best remembered.
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