(1874 - 1951)
Hans K. Schuler was active/lived in Maryland. Hans Schuler is known for allegorical figure sculpture, monument maker, painting, teaching.
Biography Hans Schuler
Hans K. Schuler (May 25, 1874 - March 30, 1951) was a German-born
American sculptor and monument maker. He was the first American
sculptor ever to win the Salon Gold Medal. His works are in several
important museum collections, and he also created many public
monuments, mostly for locations in Maryland and in the Washington,
D.C., area. For over a quarter of a century he served as president of
the Maryland Institute College of Art.
Hans Schuler was born in a part of Alsace-Lorraine which was then under
German sovereignty, though it is now part of France. Schuler's family
emigrated to the United States while he was still a youngster. He
graduated from the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) in
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