Evelyn Longman

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  • Evelyn
  • Beatrice
  • Longman
  • Mary Evelyn Beatrice Longman EB Longman
  • Longman
  • Nathaniel Horton Batchelder; headmaster of Loomis Chaffee School, Connecticut; married 1920
  • November 21, 1874
  • Winchester, Ohio
  • 1954
  • Cape Cod, Massachusetts
  • ?- circa 1940: Chicago, Illinois

    1901-?: New York, New York

    1920-?: Connecticut
  • Chicago, Illinois

    New York, New York
  • Cape Cod, Massachusetts 1905-?: New York, New York
  • Sculptor
  • 1893-1894: Olivet College, Michigan
    School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
    1901-?: student of Hermon Atkins MacNeil and of Daniel Chester French, New York, New York
  • Array
  • 1899, 1900: Annual Exhibition of Works by Chicago and Vicinity Artists, Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois

    1900: 4th Annual Society of Western Artists, Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois

    1904: Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St Louis, Missouri; Victory

    1904: Architectural League, New York, New York

    1904, 1905, 1919: Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    1905-1919:  Annual Exhibition of Oil Paintings & Sculpture by American Artists, Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois (4 times)

    1912, 1918: National Academy of Design, New York, New York

    1918: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, New York
  • Eagle's Nest, Oregon Illinois, Library Gallery

    Loomis Chaffee School, Windsor, Connecticut
  • Samu, Margaret. "Evelyn Beatrice Longman: Establishing a Career in Public Sculpture," Woman's Art Journal, 25.2 (Fall 2004/Winter 2005) Todd, Ellen Wiley. "Remembering the Unknowns: The Longman Memorial and the 1911 Triangle Shirtwaist Fire." American Art, 23.3 (Fall 2009)
  • National Academy of Design, first woman sculptor elected full member 1919
  • circa 1911: Commission: Triangle Fire Memorial to the Unknown

    1904: Silver Medal for Victory at Louisiana Purchase Exposition; mounted on top of Festival Hall

    1915: Commission from AT&T for Genius in Electricity

    1920: Gold medal, National Academy of Design exhibition

    1923: Watrous Gold Medal

    1994: inducted into Connecticut Women's Hall of Fame
  • at age 14, working in a dry goods store in Chicago, Illinois

    assistant to Lorado Taft

    1902-1905: assistant to Chester French (only female assistant)
  • page on Wikipedia

  • parents:  Edwin Henry and Clara Delitia Adman Longman