(1866 - 1929)
Emil Fuchs was active/lived in New York / Austria, England. Emil Fuchs is known for carved marble sculpture, medals, painting, illustration, etching.
Biography Emil Fuchs
Emil Fuchs - 1866 (Vienna, Austria) - 1929 (NYC (suicide)) Taught at the Royal Academy in London, Paris Berlin, Munich, Vienna and Rome.
Austrian sculptor, medallist and painter, he studied at the Akademie der Bildenden Künste, Vienna, and at the Berlin Akademie. He traveled to Rome before settling in London in 1897, exhibiting at the Royal Academy the following year. His sculptural oeuvre consists of large groups, portrait busts, statuettes and memorials in marble, bronze and silver.
The bronze statue La pensierosa (New York, Met.) is a good example of his contemplative style, and the marble Mother-love (exh. London, RA, 1898; untraced, see autobiography, opp. p. 28) of his liking for melodramatic allegory; hi
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