(1894 - 1979)
Eleanor Mary Mellon was active/lived in New York. Eleanor Mellon is known for sculptor-religious figure.
Biography Eleanor Mellon
Sculptor Eleanor Mary Mellon was born in 1894 in Narberth, Pennsylvania. She was a member of the American Federation of Arts, Washington, D.C., and National Sculpture Society, in New York City. She was elected an Associate of the National Academy of Design, in New York City, in 1938, an Academician in 1950.
In 1931, the Society of Washington Artists awarded her a bronze medal, and in 1932, she received an honorable mention from the National Association of Women Painters and Sculptors, New York City. The National Academy of Design, New York City, also awarded her the Barnet Prize. Mellon's work is in the collection of Brookgreen Gardens, South Carolina.
Mellon studied with Charles Grafly, Edward McCartan, Harriet Frishmuth, V.D
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