Homer Saint-Gaudens was the son of the sculptor Ausustus Saint-Gaudens (1848-1907). Homer also served as Director of Fine Arts for Pittsburgh's Carnegie Institute in Miami. He was also a first cousin once removed of painter Winslow Homer. Homer was first a journalist, next entered the theater, directed Eugene O'Neill's "Beyond the Horizon". As a fine-arts specialist, he knew the touch of the poet, once said: "What garlic is to salad, insanity is to art." Time Magazine, December 22, 1958.

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