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 Elisabeth Haseltine Hibbard  (1894 - 1950)

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Lived/Active: Illinois/Oregon      Known for: sculptor-commemorative

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Born in Portland, Oregon, Elisabeth Haseltine Hibbard became a Chicago sculptor of commemorative works, projects that she often shared with her husband, Frederick C. HIbbard. Although most of her works were for private collections and exhibitions, she did some small animal and bird sculptures that were placed in Jackson Park. From 1943 to 1950, she was an assistant professor in the Art Department of the University of Chicago.

Hibbard attended the University of Chicago, earning a Ph.D degree in 1917. She then taught before enrolling at the Art Institute of Chicago between 1921 and 1925. This study was followed by further instruction in Paris including at the Ecole D'Art Animalier.

Returning to Chicago, she studied with Yugoslav sculptor Ivan Mestrovic, and had a studio in the Auditorium Building before moving to the Midway Studios of Loredo Taft on 60th Street. In 1931, she married Frederick Hibbard.


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Information submitted by Sidney Hamper, President of the John C. Vanderpoel Art Association. His materials include a biography of the artist written by Fred C. Smith, step grandson of the sculptor, and an article from the "Chicago Tribune", 9/14/1940.

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Elisabeth Haseltine Hibbard was a resident of Claremont in 1933.

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Edan Hughes, "Artists in California, 1786-1940"
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