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Maud, Countess von Rosen-Engberg

Full name: Maud Ella Clara Lillian von Rosen-Engberg
Gender: Female
Born: August 2, 1902 in Julita, Katrineholm, Södermanland, Sweden
Died: December 13, 1988 in Eslöv, Skåne, Sweden
Title: Countess
Country: SWE Sweden
Sport: Art Competitions

Related Olympians: Sister of Clarence von Rosen, Jr.; Mother of Maud von Rosen.

Biography

Countess Maud von Rosen-Engberg was the mother of the equestrienne [Maud von Rosen], the sister of [Clarence von Rosen, Jr.], and the daughter of IOC member [Clarence, Count von Rosen], who was considered “The Father of Modern Olympic Equestrian Competition”. Countess Maud was a sculptor, participating in the 1932 Los Angeles Art Competitions. She was a private student of the famous sculptor Carl Milles, and won recognition with a solo exhibition in London in 1931. In the United States, she became well known as an artist during the time of her first husband Count Gustaf Fredrik rich Hans Göran von Rosen’s work as a military attaché at the Swedish embassy in Washington. Her works include an “Equestrian Statuette”, which was probably one of entries at the 1932 art competition. Her mother was a member of the noble Swedish family von Blixen-Finecke.

Results

Games Age City Sport Event Team NOC Rank Medal
1932 Summer 29 Los Angeles Art Competitions Mixed Sculpturing, Unknown Event Sweden SWE AC
1932 Summer 29 Los Angeles Art Competitions Mixed Sculpturing, Unknown Event Sweden SWE AC
1932 Summer 29 Los Angeles Art Competitions Mixed Sculpturing, Unknown Event Sweden SWE AC

Mixed Sculpturing, Unknown Event

Games Age City Sport Country Phase Unit Rank Title
1932 Summer 29 Los Angeles Art Competitions Sweden Final Standings AC Ride of the Water Spirit
1932 Summer 29 Los Angeles Art Competitions Sweden Final Standings AC Equestrian
1932 Summer 29 Los Angeles Art Competitions Sweden Final Standings AC The Hunter (Mascot in silver)
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