Emma Marie Cadwalader-Guild or Emma Marie Cadwallader-Guild [commonly known as Emma Cadwalader-Guild and as Emma Cadwallader-Guild [1]; also known as Emma Cadwallader Guild, and as Emma Guild] was born Emma Marie Cadwalader in Zanesville, Ohio on 27 August 1843 and in 1861 married the Reverend Edward Chipman Guild. She was a self-taught sculptor. Her preferred media was marble, granite and bronze. She created portrait busts of the artist G.F. Watts (1893), the philanthropist Andrew Carnegie (1908) and Presidents Abraham Lincoln (1904) and Andrew McKinley (1901). Notable among her sculptures was 'Free', a statue of an emancipated slave (1876). By the mid-1880s she had moved to the UK, and between 1885 and 1898 exhibited at the Royal Academy in London.

Text source: Arts + Architecture Profiles from Art History Research net (AHRnet) https://www.arthistoryresearch.net/

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