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Hans Schuler

Morange, Germany 1874

Baltimore, Maryland 1951

Luce Artist Biography

Hans Schuler attended the Rinehart School of Sculpture in Baltimore, Maryland. In 1901 the artist became the first American sculptor to win a gold medal at the Paris Salon. Throughout his career, Schuler created public sculptures of prominent figures, including a portrait of James Buchanan that stands in Meridian Hill Park in Washington, D.C., and a statue of Martin Luther in the city of Baltimore.