(1897 - 1978)
Sylvia Shaw Judson Haskins was active/lived in Illinois, New York. Sylvia Haskins is known for public park figure and animal sculpture, art deco building decoration.
Biography Sylvia Haskins
Sylvia Shaw Judson, the daughter of a writer and an architect, was born in 1897 in Lake Forest, Illinois, near Chicago. She studied with Antoine Bourdelle and Albin Polasek. Judson had work exhibited at Brookgreen Gardens, South Carolina; the White House, Washington, D.C.; and the National Academy of Design, New York City. In 1926, she was awarded an honorable mention at the Chicago Art Club. She won the Logan Prize in 1929. Kosciusko Park in Milwaukee, Wisconsin is the site of her Belle Austin Jacobs Memorial. Other Judson sculptures may be found at the White House, and in the offices of the President of the Philippines.
She was elected an Associate of the National Academy of Design in 1948
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