Apparently, Fernando Miranda y Casellas, the Spanish sculptor, moved to New York City in the late 1800s and married a Belgian woman, not a Prussian (German) woman named Marie or Maria Braun or Brown. His works include the Savannah City Hall fountain and the sculpture of an American Indian (bow) hunter held by the New York Historical Society. He was active in his time among the Hispanic Society of New York.
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