Kathleen Ingels

Biographical information

TypeCompeted in Olympic Games
Full nameKathleen Augusta Beverley•Ingels (Robinson-)
Used nameKathleen•Ingels
Born31 December 1882 in Toronto, Ontario (CAN)
Died14 July 1958 in San Bernardino, California (USA)
NOC United States


Canadian-born Kathleen Ingles, wife of Frank Ingels, was a scholar of Lorado Taft in Chicago, the leading American sculptor between 1880 and 1930. She had exhibitions at the Art Institute of Chicago (1909-18), the Los Angeles Sculptors’ Guild, California Art Club, and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. While in Chicago she assisted Taft at his Midway Studios. Ingels received awards from the Art Institute of Chicago and the Los Angeles County Museum. At the 21st annual exhibition of the Chicago Artists in 1917 she exhibited The Young Diana, which was part of a design for a fountain: the goddess of the hunt spanning her bow.


Games Discipline (Sport) / Event NOC / Team Pos Medal As
1932 Summer Olympics Art Competitions USA Kathleen Ingels
Sculpturing, Statues, Open (Olympic) AC
Sculpturing, Statues, Open (Olympic) AC

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