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sculptural views on perceptual ambiguity, 1968-1986. Published 1986 by The Institute in Dayton, Ohio. Exhibition dates : March 29-May 6, 1986.
Thomas Babington Macaulay, 1st Baron Macaulay, FRS FRSE PC (25 October 1800 – 28 December 1859) was a British historian and Whig politician.
Wright State University. Professor Emeritus of Art · 1973 to present · Dayton, Ohio. Sculpture and Expanded Media instructor. Class of 1968 · Art - Sculpture · Northfield, Minnesota. Master of Fine Arts · /Intermedia · University of Iowa. Fargo Central High School.
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Macaulay was born in the house of an uncle in Leicestershire. His father, Zachary Macaulay, the son of a Presbyterian minister from the Hebrides, had been governor of Sierra Leone; an ardent philanthropist and an ally of William Wilberforce, who fought for the abolition of slavery, he was a man of severe evangelical piety. After attending a private school, in 1818 he went to Trinity College, Cambridge, where he held a fellowship until 1831 and where he gained a reputation for inexhaustible talk and genial companionship in a circle of brilliant young men.