(1881 - 1960)
Ethel May Klinck Myers was active/lived in New York, Massachusetts. Ethel Myers is known for social-realist sculpture, ceramics, painter.
A figurative sculptor and art activist in New York City, Ethel Myers is
known for her caricature bronzes of city people, many of them in
humorous poses. She exhibited nine of them in the 1913
Armory Show that introduced modernist art to America, and according to
art historian Charlotte Rubinstein: "It is now clear tht Myers was one
of the most creative of the Americans who exhibited at the Armory
Show." (169). However, she married painter Jerome Myers,
and subjegated her career to his, which meant she did not receive her
deserved recognition during her lifetime.
She was born with the name Lillian Cochran and was raised by Michael and Alfarata Orr
Klinck, who adopted her and named her May Ethel Kli ... Displaying 750 of 3059 characters.