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Herbert Haseltine, an Exhibition of Sculpture of British Champion Animals  Presented by Mrs. Marshall Field to the Field Museum, Chicago

Herbert Haseltine, an Exhibition of Sculpture of British Champion Animals Presented by Mrs. Marshall Field to the Field Museum, Chicago

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Herbert Haseltine, an Exhibition of Sculpture of British Champion Animals Presented by Mrs. Marshall Field to the Field Museum, Chicago

by Goodrich, Lloyd ; Herbert Haseltine

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New York: M. Knoedler & Company. Very Good. 1934. First Edition; First Printing. Original Printed Wrappers. 46 pages; New York: M. Knoedler & Company. Very Good. 1934. First Edition; First Printing. 46 pages; Clean and secure in original printed wrappers; minor wear at yapped edges. Catalogue for 1934 exhibition of prize-winning British horses and farm animals as sculpted by Haseltine. With tipped-in photographs of 22 pieces presented to the Field Museum in Chicago by Mrs. Marshall Field. Herbert Chevalier Haseltine (1877-1962) was an Italian-born French/American animalier sculptor, most known as an Equestrian sculptor. Hesltine was born in Rome, the son of the American landscape painter William Stanley Haseltine (1835-1900) who was associated with the Hudson River School and Luminism. He studied at Harvard University and, after graduating in 1899, Haseltine attended Munich Academy in Germany to study drawing and then to the Académie Julian in Paris, France where he studied painting. During the time he lived in Paris at the Impasse Raffet (XVIeme Quartier) near the Rue Jasmin, he led a very colourful life. Attached to American Embassy, Paris, 1914-1915, Decorated Chevalier Legion of Honor in 1922, he entertained a lot of guests in his beautiful house, which was once depicted in the French Magazine "Maison & Jardin". Amongst his guests were Arthur Rubinstein, Cary Grant, Teddy Roosevelt Jr and Charles Lindbergh. He also had a lot of contacts to highest Russian Royalty. His wife, the former Madeleine Keith, was born in England and died in 1979 in Paris. . ; Art and Art History, Most Recent Listing, Most Recent Listing .

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Title
Herbert Haseltine, an Exhibition of Sculpture of British Champion Animals Presented by Mrs. Marshall Field to the Field Museum, Chicago
Author
Goodrich, Lloyd ; Herbert Haseltine
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Original Printed Wrappers
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Used - Very Good
Edition
First Edition; First Printing
Publisher
M. Knoedler & Company
Place of Publication
New York
Date Published
1934
Keywords
Herbert Haseltine, Modern Sculpture, Horse Sculpture, Cow Sculpture, Pig Sculpture, Champion Livestock Sculpture
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