(1907 - 1996)
Berta O'Hare Margoulies was active/lived in New York, New Jersey, California / Poland. Berta Margoulies is known for sculpture-abstract group figures.
Expressionist sculptor Berta O'Hare Margoulies was born in 1907 in
Lovitz, Poland to a Polish-Jewish family that migrated to Belgium
during World War I. Her wartime experiences shaped much of her
humanistic themes of her artwork. Her father was imprisoned, and
she and the others, including three siblings, escaped to Holland and
then England where for seven years, she attended the Howard School in
Simsbury Park. The family moved to New York City. She
graduated from Hunter College with Phi Beta Kappa honors in
anthropology and languages, and then worked as a French and German
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