March 16, 1911|
|Died||April 13, 2005
Manhattan, New York City, New York
Born in Bridgeport, Connecticut, Pavia began his art studies at Yale but then transferred to the Arts Student League. in 1948 Pavia founded "The Club", an organization dedicated to engaging in a discourse on Modern art.
Pavia's sculpture the "Ides of March" (after his birthday) stood in front of the New York Hilton for roughly twenty five years, from 1963 to 1988. Pavia's work is in the permanent collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
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