(1878 - 1934)
Karl Frederick (Carl) Skoog was active/lived in Massachusetts / Sweden. Karl Skoog is known for monumental war-themed sculpture.
Biography Karl Skoog
Carl Skoog (1878 - 1934)
Born in Vase, Varmland, Skoog first studied at the Academy of Arts and
Handicraft in Gothenburg, then after immigrating to Boston in 1902, at
the school of the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. A sculptor, he
created a monument for soldiers slain in World War I in Cambridge,
Massachusetts and figures for the John Morton Memorial Museum,
predecessor to the Swedish Historical Museum, in Philadelphia.
Submitted by Edward P. Bentley, Art Researcher, East Lansing, Michigan
Swanson, Mary Towley. Tangled Web: Swedish Immigrant Artists' Patronage Systems, 1880-1940. 2004.