(1845 - 1912)
Jonathan Scott Hartley was active/lived in New York, New Jersey. Jonathan Hartley is known for allegorical figure sculpture, anatomy teaching.
Biography Jonathan Hartley
Jonathan Scott Hartley (September 23, 1845-1912), American sculptor, was born at Albany, New York. He studied early at the Albany Academy and worked in a local marble yard, cutting tombstones. He was a pupil of Erastus Dow Palmer in New York, having been encouraged by Charles Calverley, also an assistant of Palmer's. In 1866, Hartley went to London and attended the schools of the Royal Academy of London* and in that city continued to support himself as a tombstone cutter. Encouraged by winning a silver medal at the Academy in 1869, he went to Berlin, Germany for a year and then and spent time in Paris. By 1870, he was back in New York City, where he set up a sculpture studio and living with his brother, Joseph, had a 'bohe
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