(1892 - 1963)
Oronzio Maldarelli was active/lived in New York, Vermont / Italy. Oronzio Maldarelli is known for public figurative sculpture, teaching.
Biography Oronzio Maldarelli
Born in Naples, Italy, Oronzio Maldarelli became a trained sculptor in classical* style of garden, funereal, and architectural decorations. He was also a medalist*, working for Egleston Medals, and an art instructor as a faculty member at Columbia University, Beaux Arts Institute of Design, and Sarah Lawrence College. Early in his career, his work was realistic, but as he grew older, it became increasingly abstract*.
Maldarelli immigrated when he was age nine to America with his parents in 1901, living in New York City. Five years later, he began modeling lessons at Cooper Union*, and two years later enrolled at the National Academy of Design*, where his instructors included Ivan Olinsky, Hermon Atkins MacNeil, and
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