Student, Cooper Union The Art Institute of Chicago, Art Students League, New York City, 1917-1921, Julien Academie and Colarossi Academie, Paris, 1924-1926.
Teacher sculpture adult education Board Education, New York, 1948-1958. Teacher Manhattanville College Exhibited at, Salon d"Automne, Paris, 1925. Worked in own studio, exhibited in, Rome, 1926-1932.
Exhibited in numerous shows, including, Worlds Fair, New York City, 1939, Whitney Museum, National Academy of Design, Pennsylvania Academy, The Art Institute of Chicago Chicago, Metropolitan Museum Art, American-British Center New York City, Ferragil, Buckholz galleries.
Works represented in permanent collections at, Metropolitan Museum Art, New York City, Manhattanville College Sacred Heart, Purchase, New York, Norfolk Museum Arts and Sciences, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, Syracuse University, also private collections, United States, abroad. Important works include series of twelve portraits inbronze, the last being of His Excellency Giuseppe Cataldi, president Corte dei Conti of Italy.
Grantee, recipient citation National Institute Arts and Letters, 1952. Recipient medal of Honor with citation American Artists Magazine, Audubon Annual Exhibition, 1956, honorable mention Architectural League New York, Gold Medals Exhibition, 1956, Daniel Chester French medal National Academy of Design, 1965, PeterCaesar Alberti award Italian Executives American Incorporated., 1967, Dessie Greer award for sculpture National Academy of Design, 1968, 2d place sculpture competitions for entrance Supreme Court of the Brooklyn, for fountain sculpture for lobby 100 Church Saint building, New York City, sculpture commission for relief Middleport (Ohio) PostOffice United States Treasury Department competition for Apex Building in Washington.Academician National Academy of Design.
Fellow National Sculpture Society (honorable mention 1956).
Member Audubon Artists (M. Grumbacher prize 1954), Sculptors Guild, National Association Women Artists (Anonymous prize 1945, Marcia Brady Tucker prize 1950, medal of Honor for sculpture 63d annual exhibition 1955). Subject of articles, works reproduced in American Artist magazine, National Sculpture Review, also books Sculpture in Modern America, Contemporary American Scultpure, The Materials and Methods of Sculpture.
Member Audubon Artists (M. Grumbacher prize 1954), Sculptors Guild, National Association Women Artists (Anonymous prize 1945, Marcia Brady Tucker prize 1950, medal of Honor for sculpture 63d annual
Married Jean de Marco, July 8, 1936.