Anna Vaughn Hyatt Huntington
(1876 - 1973)
Anna Vaughn Hyatt Huntington was active/lived in Massachusetts, California, South Carolina, Connecticut. Anna Huntington is known for animal and equestrian monument sculpture.
Born in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Anna Hyatt Huntington became one of
America's foremost animal sculptors, known for her wild and domestic
animal sculpture as well as heroic monuments.
She was early
influenced by her father's work as a paleontologist at the
Massachusetts Institute of Technology and by her mother's illustrations
of her father's work. She had a special interest in horses and
was also a frequent visitor to the Bronx Zoo in New York.
her older sister Harriet, Anna became a student in Boston of Henry Hudson
Kitson, and her first exhibit when she was age twenty-four included
forty pieces, which was quite unusual for an artist so young.
also studied in New York with Hermon Atkins MacNe ... Displaying 750 of 13060 characters.