(1834 - 1899)
Caspar Buberl was active/lived in New York. Caspar Buberl is known for sculpture-sports figure.
Biography Caspar Buberl
Caspar Buberl was born in Eger, Bohemia (now the Czech Republic), in 1834. He studied in Vienna and came to the United States in 1854 at the age of 20. He settled in New York, became a member of the National Sculpture Society, and exhibited sculptures at the National Academy of Design in 1866 and1878.
On display in the National Art Museum of Sport is Buberl's sculpture, "The Bowler." This sculpture is signed, inscribed, and dated on the base by Buberl. The inscription reads: Championship Trophy/Amateur Bowling League/won by/Roseville Athletic Association/1889.
The Roseville Athletic Association was a bowling alley in Orange, N.J. It was common in those days - and still is in some areas today - for turnvereins, fraternal organi
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