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 Marjorie Steele  (19/20th century)

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Lived/Active: New York/Nevada      Known for: cityscape, sculptor

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Marjorie Steele
from Auction House Records.
A View of New York
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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
Born in Reno Nevada, Marjorie Steele started in show business, on stage in Hollywood, London, New York. She started to paint in the early to mid 20th century in New York. She was inspired to paint by her first husband Huntington Hartford, the Heir to the A&P Market. She later remarried, noted Irish historian and writer Constantine Fitzgibbon, and became a sculptor.

Her bronzes can be seen around the world. The Irish Studies at Stonehill College Easton, MA has a collection of busts done by her, also three outdoor sculptures grace the campus at Stonehill. In Dublin more bronzes are located in the St. Stevens Green. A James Joyce life-size bronze sculpture stands at the top of O'Connell St in Dublin. In addition the Royal Irish Museum has her work in their collection as well as the Vatican in Rome. She also was commissioned to do a bronze sculpture for Oxfam.

Information submitted as a bulletin by Thomas McDonald, a friend of the daughter of the artist.

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