Definition of Malvina Hoffman
1. Noun. United States sculptor (1887-1966).
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Literary usage of Malvina Hoffman
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Journal of the National Institute of Social Sciences by National Institute of Social Sciences (U.S.) (1920)
"Miss Malvina Hoffman in December, 1918, founded the American Jugo-Slav Relief Committee, which has sent over $325000 to help feed the debilitated children ..."
2. The American Year Book: A Record of Events and Progress by Francis Graham Wickware, (, Albert Bushnell Hart, (, Simon Newton Dexter North, William M. Schuyler (1918)
"... Medal to Alice Kent Stoddard for "A Child of Mohegan"; the Shaw Memorial prize of $300 for sculpture to Malvina Hoffman for "A Russian Bacchanale"; ..."
3. The American Magazine of Art by American Federation of Arts (1918)
"... the "Nero" of Gutzon Borglum; "Italian Peasant Head," by Gertrude Whitney; "Bacchus and Faun," by Chester Beach; "Russian Dancers," by Malvina Hoffman; ..."
4. Marianne Moore: Vision Into Verse by Patricia C. Willis (1987)
"... Venetian glass, many of them, like an elephant modeled by Malvina Hoffman, gifts intended to complement the subjects of her poems. Books are everywhere. ..."
5. Art and the Great War by Albert Eugene Gallatin (1919)
"... and other-works of note were con- tributed by Mr. HERBERT ADAMS, Mr. SOLON BORGLUM, Miss Malvina Hoffman, Mr. HERMON A. MACNEIL, Mr. ISIDORE KONTI, ..."
6. American Women and the World War by Ida Clyde Gallagher Clarke (1918)
"Mrs. Edward Rowland is chairman of the organization committee, Ernest Peixotto is secretary and Miss Malvina Hoffman is treasurer. ..."