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Nathan Cabot Hale Edit Profile

artist , sculptor , poet

Nathan Cabot Hale, American sculptor, artist, poet. Recipient Purchase award in sculpture, Los Angeles County Museum, 1955, Silver medal, Audubon Society Sculpture, 1972. Director Ages of Man Foundation, since 1969; Fellow: National Sculpture Society; member: National Academy Design (Gold medal in sculpture 1990), Century Association.

Background

Hale, Nathan Cabot was born on July 5, 1925 in Los Angeles, California, United States. Son of Nathan Cabot Hale, Virginia Markoe Ferris.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Empire State College, 1973. Doctor of Philosophy, The Union Institute, Cincinnati, 1976.

Career

Instructor sculpture Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, 1960. Instructor anatomy and the elements of drawing Art Students League of New York, 1975—1986. Instructor sculpture National Academy Schulpture, New York City, 1985.

Director The Ages of Man Foundation, since 1968. Lecturer in field; consultant in field. Instructor drawing and anatomy Art Student's League, 1985—1990.

Senior editor Art World, 1985—1989. With United States Marine Corps, 1941-1942, with United States Merchant Marine, 1944-1945.

Works

Membership

Director Ages of Man Foundation, since 1969. Fellow: National Sculpture Society. Member: National Academy Design (Gold medal in sculpture 1990), Century Association.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Sailing, fly fishing.

Connections

Married Alison Elizabeth Boothby, December 27, 1964. Children: Terri Dean, Lisa Jenny Rose.

father:
Nathan Cabot Hale Hale

spouse:
Alison Elizabeth Boothby

children:
Terri Dean Hale

Lisa Jenny Rose Hale