(1867 - 1933)
Charles Oskar Haag was active/lived in Illinois, New York / France, Sweden. Charles Haag is known for symbolic figure, fountains and animal sculpture.
Biography Charles Haag
Karl (Charles) Oskar Haag (1867 - 1933)
A sculptor who often depicted working people, Haag, born in Norkopping,
worked as a laborer, then an apprentice to a potter before studying at
the technical arts school in Gothenburg.
Traveling to Stockholm, then Switzerland, Haag settled in Paris to study before he immigrated to New York in 1903.
Besides a fountain in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, his work is in the
collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the American Swedish
Historical Museum, Philadelphia, and Augustana College, Rock Island,
Submitted by Edward P. Bentley, Art Researcher, East Lansing, Michigan
Swanson, Mary Towley.
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