Hermon Atkins MacNeil
(1866 - 1947)
Hermon Atkins MacNeil was active/lived in New York, Massachusetts. Hermon MacNeil is known for statue and monument sculpture, medallic art.
Born in Everett, Massachusetts, Hermon Atkins MacNeil became a well-known sculptor of Indian subjects, commemorative works and medals including the designing of the medal of award for the 1915 Pan American Exposition in San Francisco and the quarter dollar for the United States government. He was also a teacher. His sculptures are in many locations including the Supreme Court Building in Washington DC, the State Capitol Buildings in Connecticut and Missouri, and the City Park in Portland, Oregon.
He studied at the Massachusetts Normal Art School in Boston. Until 1888, he was the first drawing instructor at Cornell University and taught at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn. He then went to Paris to study at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts and at t ... Displaying 750 of 6188 characters.