(mid 20th century)
Euphemia W. Glover was active/lived in New York / Scotland. Euphemia Glover is known for female figure sculpture.
Biography Euphemia Glover
A sculptor whose work includes many female figures including dance figures and girls carrying balloons, Euphemia Glover was based in New York City. She was a member of the New York Society of Women Artists, the Pen & Brush Club and the Artist Craftsmen of New York.
Exhibition venues include Canadian National Exhibition; Ceramic National, in Syracuse; New England Regional, Silvermine, Connecticut; National Religious Art Exhibition, 1969; Environment Gallery, New York City, 1970s.
Among her awards are a certificate of merit from the Artist Craftsmen New York and a first prize from the Pen & Brush Club.
Peter Hastings Falk, Editor, Who Was Who in American Art