(1911 - 1988)
Cleo Hartwig was active/lived in New York, Michigan. Cleo Hartwig is known for sculptor-mod figure, biogmorphic.
Biography Cleo Hartwig
Cleo Hartwig was born in 1911 in Webberville, Michigan. Though known as a stone sculptor seeking the biomorphic essence of plant and animal forms, she also explored abstractions and the human figure in wood, bronze, clay, plaster and brass.
She became a member of the Sculptors Guild, New York City, in 1946; and was elected to the National Academy of Design, New York City, as an Associate in 1957, an Academician in 1970. Among prizes for her sculpture, are the Ellin P. Speyer Prize from the National Academy of Design; and the Edith H. and Richard Proskauer Prize from the National Sculpture Society, New York City, in 1984. She was also awarded an Honorary Doctorate degree in 1973 from Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, where she
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