Comprising letters, manuscripts, photographs, diaries, drawings, and films,
the archive documents the life and career of the American sculptor Malvina Hoffman.
Malvina Cornell Hoffman, the American sculptor known for her life-size bronzes figures, portraits, and dance sculptures, was
born in New York City
on June 15, 1885. She was the youngest child of Richard Hoffman, an English concert pianist and teacher, and Fidelia Marshall
Lamson Hoffman, an
amateur pianist from a socially prominent New York family. From the beginning of her life Hoffman was immersed in an artistic
milieu, surrounded not only by her parents' music, but by a large circle of family and friends engaged in a wide range of
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