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 Bonnie (Kramer) MacLeary  (1890 - 1971)

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Lived/Active: New York/Texas/Florida      Known for: war monument and figure sculpture

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Bonnie MacLeary
from Auction House Records.
Ectase, 1929
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Biography from Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum:
Born in San Antonio, Texas, Bonnie MacLeary was the first Texas sculptor to have work in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.  MacLeary studied at the Chase School, the Art Students League, the Academie Julian in Paris, and with James Earle Fraser, William-Adolphe Bouguereau and F. Luis Mora.

MacLeary opened a studio in New York City in 1921.

She exhibited at the National Academy of Design, the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, the National Arts Club, and her work was included in "One Hundred Years of Sculpture in Texas" (1989). 

In the 1920s, the Gorham Company in New York marketed a group of small MacLeary bronzes, including Ouch!, Goosie Goosie, Aurora, Ariadne, Gossip and Inspiration.

Public collections of her work include the San Antonio Museum of Art; Baylor University; Brooklyn Childrens Museum; Wesleyan College, Macon, GA; and Saint Paul’s Episcopal Church, Waco, TX.  She also sculpted two public monuments in Puerto Rico:  Don Luis Munoz Rivera (the George Washington of Puerto Rico) and Victory, unveiled in San Juan on Armistice Day, 1928.     

Kindred McLeary was a relative, but he dropped the 'a' from the first part of the name.  Ernest Kramer was the husband of Bonnie MacLeary.  She died in Zephyr Hills, Florida.

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