Helene (Biddle) Sardeau
(1899 - 1968)
Helene (Biddle) Sardeau was active/lived in New York / Netherland, Belgium. Helene Sardeau is known for modernist portrait and doll figure sculpture.
Biography Helene (Biddle) Sardeau
Helen was born Sardeau in Antwerp, Belgium on July 7, 1899 and cam to the United States with her parents, in 1913. The family settled in New York City where Sardeau attended Barnard College in 1919-20.
She then Attended Cooper Union, and subsequently the Art Students League of New York in 1921-22.
She also enrolled in night classes at the School of American Sculpture in 1924-25.
During her years as an art student in New York City, she created a series of Sardeau portrait dolls of well-known Actors and actresses. Modeled in clay, colored and dressed in knitted clothing, the dolls were exhibited in 1924 at Sardeau's first solo exhibition, held at The Arden Galleries in New York City.
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