Kate Culkin on Sculptor Harriet Hosmer

Video (2:08): a promotional video published by Kate Culkin and ‘providenceathenaeum’ in 2010.

Bronx Community College Assistant Professor of History Kate Culkin on her lecture (in 2010) about on American Sculptor Harriet Hosmer (1830-1908) and her book Harriet Hosmer: A Cultural Biography:

Harriet Hosmer: A Cultural Biography
By Kate Culkin
Publisher: Univ. of Massachusetts Press (2010)

Queen Zenobia by Harriet Hosmer

About Harriet Hosmer

A lesbian and a staunch feminist, Harriet Hosmer worked in a polished Neoclassical style, generally depicting idealized mythological figures, especially female characters known for their strength and courage, such as Zenobia, the Queen of Palmyra (circa 1857). She was one of the most successful of the expatriate artists working in Rome, Italy in the 19th century.

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Video (9:29): Kate Culkin on Harriet Hosmer. Part 1
Video (11:56): Kate Culkin on Harriet Hosmer, Part 2

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