(1887 - 1965)
Lillian Baer was active/lived in New York. Lillian Baer is known for figurative bronze sculpture.
Biography Lillian Baer
Primarily known for her figurative bronzes, Baer studied with sculptor James Earl Fraser at the Art Students League and New York and exhibited works at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts* (1913-14 and 1924), with an address listed as 601 Madison Avenue, New York City.
She exhibited The Dance at the 1911 Roman Exposition, and in 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition* in San Francisco. Baer was included in a group exhibition of small bronzes by American sculptors lent by MacBeth Galleries* at the Albright Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York (now the Albright-Knox) in March 1911 and at the City Museum of St. Louis in 1913.
She also exhibited at Gorham Galleries in New York in 1914 in an exhibition dedicated to 5
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