(1909 - 1988)
Alonzo Hauser was active/lived in Minnesota, Wisconsin, New York. Alonzo Hauser is known for religioius figure direct carving sculpture, teaching.
Biography Alonzo Hauser
Alonzo Hauser was a prominent and prolific sculptor and artist for five decades. He founded the Art Department at Macalester College in 1945. He taught at the Layton School of Art, Milwaukee, Carton College and the University of Minnesota School of Architecture. His work is in the collection of the Walker Art Museum, the Minnesota Museum of American Art, and the Minnesota Historical Society, the Wustum Museum in Racine, Wisconsin, and in many galleries and private collections throughout the country.
The Wisconsin native drew inspiration at an early age by drawing from KatzundJammer cartoons of the early 20th century according to his sister, Wynona Hauser Murray. Alonzo Hauser began an earnest study of art after high school at the Lay
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