Carol Brooks MacNeil
Carol Louise Brooks MacNeil
(1871 – 1944)
Born in Chicago, Carol Brooks MacNeil studied sculpture at the Art Institute of Chicago and assisted Lorado Taft in creating statues for the 1893 World’s Exposition.
In 1895, married sculptor Herman A. MacNeil. She continued her studies in Paris under the famous sculptor Frederick MacMonnies and won awards at later expositions.
It is unclear which work(s) MacNeil exhibited in Fine Arts Palace, 1893 World’s Exposition.
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