Frederick Hibbard

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Frederick Cleveland Hibbard (June 15, 1881 - December 12, 1950) Chicago based American sculptor, born in Canton, Missouri. He graduated from the University of Missouri before deciding to be a sculptor and becoming a pupil of Lorado Taft's at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.[1] Hibbard is best remembered for his Civil War memorials, produced to commemorate both the Union and Confederate causes.

Hibbard was a member of the National Sculpture Society and exhibited at their 1923 show, held in New York City.[2]

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  1. ^ McGlaupflin, Alice Coe and Virginia Botsford, Who's Who in American Art The American Federation of Arts, Inc., Washington D.C., 1937
  2. ^ National Sculpture Society, Exhibition of American Sculpture Catalogue New York, 1923, p. 103
  3. ^ "Shiloh Battlefield - Confederate Monument." National Park Service. Retrieved 3 December 2013.
  4. ^ Evert, Marlyn and Vernon Gay, photographs, ‘’Discovering Pittsburgh’s Sculpture’’, University of Pittsburgh Press, Pittsburgh, PA, 1983 p. 204
  5. ^ McGlauflin, Alice Coe, editor, ‘’Who’s Who in American Art’’, The American Federation of Arts, Inc., Washington D.C., 1937 p. 245

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