Neoclassical sculptor, considered the most distinguished female sculptor in America during the 19th century.- Harriet Hosmer
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English poet of the Victorian era, popular in Britain and the United States during her lifetime.
The couple came to know a wide circle of artists and writers including William Makepeace Thackeray, sculptor Harriet Hosmer (who, she wrote, seemed to be the "perfectly emancipated female") and Harriet Beecher Stowe.
American stage actress.
In 1854, Hays left Cushman for sculptor Harriet Hosmer, which launched a series of jealous interactions among the three women.
Poet from the United States.
He was a cousin of sculptor Harriet Hosmer and tragic actress Jean Hosmer.
Western cultural movement in the decorative and visual arts, literature, theatre, music, and architecture that drew inspiration from the art and culture of classical antiquity.
Since prior to the 1830s the United States did not have a sculpture tradition of its own, save in the areas of tombstones, weathervanes and ship figureheads, the European Neoclassical manner was adopted there, and it was to hold sway for decades and is exemplified in the sculptures of Horatio Greenough, Harriet Hosmer, Hiram Powers, Randolph Rogers and William Henry Rinehart.
City in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, and is part of Greater Boston.
Harriet Hosmer (painter & sculptor), (1830–1908) known as the first female professional sculptor
One of the three monstrous Gorgons, generally described as winged human females with living venomous snakes in place of hair.
Medusa (1854), marble sculpture by Harriet Hosmer, collection of the Detroit Institute of Art
American sculptor and the first woman to receive a public art commission from New York City.
While Caroline married John Rollin Tilton, an American painter, in 1858, Emma was welcomed into a society of expatriates by Harriet Hosmer, also an American sculptor.
Roman noblewoman who murdered her father, Count Francesco Cenci.
A statue by American sculptor Harriet Goodhue Hosmer entitled Beatrice Cenci (1857) is on display at the Mercantile Library on the University of Missouri–St.
Mary Edmonia Lewis, also known as "Wildfire" (c.
Harriet Hosmer, a fellow sculptor and expatriate, also did this.
American sculptor and poet.
She was acquainted with American artists that were in Florence and Rome, like Edmonia Lewis, Harriet Hosmer, Florence Freeman, and others within the circle of stage actress Charlotte Cushman, a patron of the arts.