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 Vinnie Hoxie Ream  (1847 - 1914)

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Lived/Active: District Of Columbia/Kansas/Wisconsin      Known for: political and classical figure sculpture

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Vinnie (Mrs. Richard L. Hoxie) Ream
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Vinnie Ream, of Madison, Wisconsin, was a beautiful and charming prodigy who, in her teens, won a $10,000 commission for a statue of Abraham Lincoln, to be placed in the Capitol rotunda in Washington. Mary Todd Lincoln objected, and others accused her of using "women's wiles" to get the commission. Many art critics and leading citizens declared that she was too inexperienced for the job. Henry Tuckerman, a 19th century art historian, criticized Congress for selecting a novice, and Charles (showing 500 of 10618 characters).

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