Olin Levi Warner

Cupid and Psiche
   Olin Levi Warner was an American sculptor; born in Suffield, Conn., April 9, 1844; studied in the École des Beaux Arts in Paris and later was a student in Carpeaux's studio. In 1872 he returned to the United States and opened a studio in New York City. In 1877 Daniel Cottier, an art dealer, invited him to place some of his work on exhibition in his rooms, and several critics gave it favorable commendation. In 1877-1878 he modeled Twilight, a small statue, which established his reputation. His works in­clude The Dancing Nymph, Cupid and Psyche, and various reliefs, busts, and statues. He died in New York City, Aug. 14, 1896.