Constance Whitney Warren
(1888 - 1948)
Constance Whitney Warren was active/lived in New York / France. Constance Warren is known for western sculpture-horses, poster art.
Biography Constance Whitney Warren
Constance Whitney Warren, a sculptor of horses and other Western subjects, was born into a wealthy family on January 17, 1888, in New York City, her winter residence, spending summers in Newport, Rhode Island. She was intrigued by her mining engineer father's experiences on the frontier, drawing and painting horses as a schoolgirl. In 1912, she married Count Guy de Lasteyrie, a descendent of Lafayette, dividing their time between an apartment in Paris and a nearby chateau.
During World War I, Warren chauffeured English staff officers. After the war, she began to sculpt seriously, exhibiting at the Paris Salon a few years later, her reputation spreading to the United States. However, her's was to be a tragic destiny. In November 1930,
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