Seward Johnson, Johnson & Johnson heir who sculpted real-life images in bronze, dies at 89
Seward Johnson, a sculptor whose lifelike works have become familiar sights on street corners and in public spaces throughout the country and whose personal wealth, as an heir to the Johnson & Johnson pharmaceutical fortune, enabled him to create a sculpture park and foundry in New Jersey, died March 10 at his home in Key West, Florida. He was 89.
Mar 15. 2020