Moissaye Marans, from the Archives of American Art
Kishinev, Russian Empire
|Died||1977 (aged 74–75)
New York City
|Known for||Sculpture, Painting|
His sculpture Isaiah is located at the Community Church in New York City. His sculpture of Carl Linnaeus is located in the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. He work is held by the San Jose Museum of Art, and Smithsonian American Art Museum. His papers are held by Syracuse University, and the Archives of American Art.
- Ordinary finds - Jewish sculptor and painter, Moissaye Marans, was
- "The Community Church of New York". Retrieved February 1, 2012.
- Vladimir Wertsman (2010). Salute to the Romanian Jews in America and Canada, 1850-2010. Xlibris Corporation. ISBN 978-1-4535-1278-4.
- Moissaye Marans Papers An inventory of his papers at Syracuse University
- Summary of the Moissaye Marans papers, 1934-1975 | Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution
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