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++++ ALBERT WEINERT was born in Leipzig, Germany in 1863.  He studied under Melchior zur Strassen, there, at the Royal Academy. He later attended the Ecole des Beaux Arts in Brussels.  In 1886 he emigrated to San Francisco, where he married Ann Eliza Nielsen.    In 1893 he worked at the World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago with Karl Bitter, and later at Bitter's New York Studio.  In 1894 he was invited to Washington DC to work on the Library of Congress.  By 1896 he had established a studio in New York. He was an exhibitor in the Pan Pacific Exposition in 1915 and  Member of the National Sculpture Society. Weinert died in New York on November 29, 1947
Sculpture by ALBERT WEINERT

HAYMARKET MONUMENT. Chicago
NEPTUNE FOUNTAIN. Library of Congress
BATTLE OF LAKE GEORGE. Lake George NY
WILLIAM MCKINLEY MONUMENT. Toledo
STEVENS MASON MONUMENT. Detroit
CECILIUS CALVERT MONUMENT. Baltimore