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 Clio Hinton Huneker Bracken  (1870 - 1925)

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Lived/Active: New York      Known for: sculptor-figure and portrait

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Among Clio Hinton Bracken's varied sculptural works, were portraits, including those of Generals John J. Pershing and John C. Fremont. Her more romantic, rather expressive sculptures include the bronze "Dancer," 1899, ten-inches high, with rippling fabric of a robe that lends movement to an otherwise relatively reserved figure. She also sculpted female nudes, and her sculpture of "Chloe" is in the collection of Brookgreen Gardens, South Carolina.

She was born in Rhinebeck, New York in 1870. Bracken studied with Augustus Saint-Gaudens.

She authored an article on "Freehand Modeling" for the July 1919 issue of 'The Touchstone'. Articles and other publications where Bracken is mentioned, include: Mary A. Fanton's July 1905 essay for The Craftsman, "Clio Hinton Bracken, Woman Sculptor and Symbolist of New York;" "Six Women Sculptors at Work in Their Studios," in the November 1921 issue of Arts and Decoration; and "Dictionary of American Painters, Sculptors and Engravers" by Mantle Fielding, published in 1974 by Modern Books and Crafts.

Clio Hinton Bracken died in 1925.



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Jules and Nancy Heller, "North American Women Artists of the 20th Century"






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