Malvina Hoffman

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United States sculptor (1887-1966)


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Renewed interest in nineteenth-and early twentieth-century women sculptors first revived the legacies of Harriet Hosmer and Malvina Hoffman in the 1970s and 1980s.
See Malvina Hoffman, Heads and Tales (New York: Charles Scribners Sons, 1936), 10.
See Malvina Hoffman Papers, Getty Research Institute in the History of Art, Accession No.
Field Museum, press release, "Work of Miss Malvina Hoffman for Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, Illinois," typed pages with "Released by Field Museum, 1932," in pen, Hoffman Papers, Accession No.
Interestingly, Marianne Kinkel's Races of Mankind: The Sculptures of Malvina Hoffman (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2011), the most important and the only published book-length study on Hoffman's Races of Mankind, draws very sparingly from Heads and Tales.
Janis Conner lists these portrait commissions in her introductory essay for the catalog of Malvina Hoffman, an exhibition held at the Far Gallery in New York (Apr.
Unidentified author, foreword, in Exhibition of Recent Sculpture and Drawings by Malvina Hoffman, Dec.
Malvina Hoffman, Yesterday Is Tomorrow (New York: Crown Publishers, 1965), 84.
McCarthy, who has also noted the coincidence of Hoffman's and Whitney's studies at the League: "After studying with [Hendrick Christian) Anderson, she [Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney] briefly enrolled in James Earle Fraser's class at the Art Students League, where sculptors Anna Vaughn Hyatt and Malvina Hoffman were among her classmates.
Pauline Carrington Bouve, "The Two Foremost Women Sculptors in America, Anna Vaughn Hyatt and Malvina Hoffman," Arf and Archeology 26 (Sept.