Born July 29~ Antonietta Raphaël

Antonietta Raphaël Mafai (July 29, 1895-September 5, 1975) was an Italian artist of Jewish heritage and Lithuanian birth who, with her husband Mario Mafai and two other artists, founded the 20th-century art movement Scuola Romana.
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Le Tre Sorelle by Antonietta Raphaël
1936 / Colored concrete / 37-2/5″x23-3/5″x21-3/4″ / La Galleria Nazionale, Rome, Italy

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Born July 22~ Claire Falkenstein

Claire Falkenstein (July 22, 1908-October 23, 1997) was an American sculptor, painter, printmaker, jewelry designer, and teacher best known for her large-scale fusions of metal and melted glass.
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Conic by Claire Falkenstein
1959 / Brazed copper / 70″x38-1⁄2″x10-1⁄2″ / Smithsonian American Art Museum, DC

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Born July 9~ Concetta Scaravaglione

Concetta Maria Scaravaglione (July 9, 1900-September 4, 1975) was an American sculptor. In 1947 Scaravaglione won the Prix de Rome award from the American Academy in Rome, which made her the first woman to ever be awarded that honor.
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Railway Mail, 1862 by Concetta Scaravaglione
1936 / Aluminum / 4’1″x1’7″x1’1″ / Ariel Rios Federal Building, Washington, D.C.

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Born July 8~ Käthe Kollwitz

Käthe Kollwitz (July 8, 1867-April 22, 1945) was a German artist who worked in painting, etching, lithography, woodcuts, and sculpture.
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Two Children at the Bannister by Käthe Kollwitz
c.1927, Charcoal on faded drawing cardboard / Käthe Kollwitz Museum, Cologne, Germany

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Born July 4~ Edmonia Lewis

Edmonia Lewis (c.July 4, 1844-September 17, 1907) was a sculptor of African American and Native American heritage who was among the first black sculptors known to achieve international fame.
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Henry Wadsworth Longfellow by Edmonia Lewis
1872 / Marble / Height: 27″ / Walker Art Gallery, National Museums Liverpool, UK

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Born June 26~ Barbara Chase-Riboud

Barbara Chase-Riboud (born June 26, 1939) is an American visual artist and sculptor, bestselling novelist, and award-winning poet.
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Akhmatova’s Monument by Barbara Chase-Riboud
1995 / Color offset lithograph, edition of 100; design for unrealized sculpture / 30″ x 22″ / Brandywine Workshop and Archives

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Born June 21~ Anne Marie Carl-Nielsen

Anne Marie Carl-Nielsen (born Anne Marie Brodersen; June 21, 1863-February 22, 1945) was a Danish sculptor. She was married to the Danish composer Carl Nielsen.
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Havfrue (Mermaid) by Anne Marie Carl-Nielsen
1921 / Bronze / 30″x17″x33″ / Statens Museum for Kunst, Copenhagen, Denmark

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Born June 15~ Anna Mahler

Anna Justine Mahler (June 15, 1904-June 3, 1988) was an Austrian sculptor. Born in Vienna, Anna Mahler was the second child of the composer Gustav Mahler and his wife Alma Schindler.
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Tower of Masks by Anna Mahler
1961 / Limestone / Height: 15 ft / University of California (UCLA)  Photo © Ewald Judt

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Born June 11~ Worden Day

Esther Worden Day (June 11, 1912-January 27, 1986) was an American painter, printmaker, sculptor, and curator.
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Now Flowing by Worden Day
1956 / Color woodcut on paper / 9″x7-1/16″ / RISD Museum, Providence, RI

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Born June 9~ Meta Vaux Warrick Fuller

Meta Vaux Warrick Fuller (June 9, 1877-March 18, 1968), an American sculptor, is known for her groundbreaking depictions of the African and African-American experience.
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Ethiopia by Meta Vaux Warrick Fuller / c.1921 / Paint on plaster / 13″x3-1/2″x3-7/8″
National Museum of African American History and Culture, DC

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