(1876 - 1924)
Edward Berge was active/lived in Maryland. Edward Berge is known for sculptor-child figure, animal.
Biography Edward Berge
A Baltimore, Maryland sculptor Edward Henry Berge was known for his bronze monumental works and figures. He studied at the Maryland Institute and the Rinehart School in Baltimore and the Academie Julian in Paris.
In the 1915 Panama-Pacific Exposition, his work was briefly described by art historian Sheldon Cheney in his 'Art-Lovers Guide to the Exposition'. "Perhaps the best way is to start first to familiarize oneself with the smaller bronzes of the purely lyric type, the charming garden figures, sun-dials, and miniature fountains, that make up such an attractive part of the collection. Note how often the names of Edward Berge, Janet Scudder and Anna Coleman Ladd recur in connection with this graceful, intimately appealing sort of s
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