(1877 - 1962)
Herbert Haseltine was active/lived in New York / France. Herbert Haseltine is known for equestrian commemorative sculpture.
Biography Herbert Haseltine
Known for his sculptures of equestrian and animal sculptures, Herbert Haseltine was a highly successful artist who won much recognition during his lifetime.
He was based in New York City and modeled many race winners including Man O' War, a 3000 pound statue in Lexington, Kentucky. He also modeled draught horses and horses broken down by the War. For thirteen years, he worked on a collection of sculptures of various animals for the Field Museum in Chicago, having been hired by Marshall Field.
He was born in Rome, Italy, and during his childhood became an accomplished horseback rider and polo player. He came to the United States for education, and in 1899, graduated from Harvard University. He then studied art in Munich at th
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