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 Annetta Johnson St. Gaudens  (1869 - 1943)

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Lived/Active: Vermont/New Hampshire/California/Ohio      Known for: sculptor-figure, medallions

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Figural Candlesticks (pair)
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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
A sculptor and craftsperson, Annetta St. Gaudens was the sister-in-law of Augustus Saint-Gaudens, and she and her husband, Louis, spelled their names St. Gaudens.

She was born in Flint, Ohio, and studied at the Columbus, Ohio, Art School and at the Art Students League in New York with John Twachtman and Augustus Saint-Gaudens.

She lived in Cornish, New Hampshire where she worked with her sculpture-oriented family and was associated with the Orchard Pottery, Cornish. Later she worked at Pelican Pottery in Cocoanut Grove, Florida.

Biography from Cornish Colony Museum:
Born near Flint, Ohio.  Attended Columbus Art School in Ohio and then in 1892-1894 the Art Students League in New York where she studied under John Twachtman and Augustus Saint-Gaudens.  In 1894, she joined Helen Mears in Saint-Gaudens New York studio as his assistant.  Here she met her future husband, Louis, St. Gaudens ( Louis preferred this spelling to differentiate himself from his more famous brother). They joined the older sculptor in Cornish in 1900 where Annetta remained until after her husband’s death in 1913.

She was a member of the National Association of Women Painters and Sculptors and participated in the Panama-California Exposition (1913), the San Diego Exposition (1915) as well as the San Francisco Exposition (1915).  She opened the Orchard Pottery in Cornish and helped her son, Paul with his Pelican Pottery in Coconut Grove, FL.  She gave much of her creative energy to foster the work of others like her son Paul, and later as a teacher of sculpture in Pomona, CA.

Her work is in the collection of Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site, the Cornish Colony Museum, the Hood Museum, the Columbus Museum of Fine Art and the St. Louis Museum of Art. Some of her larger pieces are in Washington DC at the headquarters of the Women’s International League

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