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Edith Louisa Maryon Edith Louisa Maryon (London, 9 February 1872 – 2 May 1924 in Dornach, Switzerland) was an English sculptor. Along with Ita Wegman, she belonged to the innermost circle of founders of anthroposophy and those around Rudolf Steiner. Contents 1 Life 2 Sources and literature 3 See also 4 External links Life Representative of Humanity Edith Maryon was the second of six children. Her parents were John Maryon Simeon and his wife Louisa Church who lived in London where she grew up. She attended a girls school and later went to a boarding school in the Swiss city of Geneva. During the 1890s she studied sculpture in London at the Central School of Design, and from 1896 at the Royal College of Arts. Maryon met Rudolf Steiner in 1912/13 and after the summer of 1914 she moved to Dornach. She worked with Steiner on the construction of the first Goetheanum, where she along with Steiner worked on sculpture The Representative of Humanity. She served as the head of the Section of Fine Arts at the Goetheanum. She died of tuberculosis. Sources and literature Rex Raab, Edith Maryon, Sculptor and Associate of Rudolf Steiner, a biography [...]. Dornach: Philosophisch-anthroposophical Verlag am Goetheanum, 1993. ISBN 3-7235-0648-8 Rembert Biemond, Edith Maryon, in Anthroposophy in the 20th Century: e. Kulturimpuls in biographical portraits. Edited by Bodo von Plato. Dornach: Verlag am Goetheanum, 2003. ISBN 3-7235-1199-6 See also Anthroposophy Goetheanum External links Literature by and about Edith Maryon in the catalog of the German National Library Edith Maryon Foundation v · d · eAnthroposophy Founders of the Anthroposophical Society Rudolf Steiner - Albert Steffen - Marie Steiner-von Sivers - Ita Wegman - Elisabeth Vreede - Guenther Wachsmuth - Edith Maryon Anthroposophists Georg Kühlewind - Jesaiah Ben-Aharon - Dennis Klocek - Ehrenfried Pfeiffer - Theodor Schwenk - Emil Bock - Bernard Lievegoed - Sergei Prokofieff - Jens Bjørneboe - Aasmund Brynildsen - Alan Chadwick - Daniel Nicol Dunlop - John Fentress Gardner - Walter Burley Griffin - Karl König - Robert A. McDermott - Arthur Zajonc - Douglas M. Sloan - Pietro Archiati - Marjorie Spock - Christopher Bamford - Henry Barnes - Walter Johannes Stein - Ernst Lehrs - E. A. Karl Stockmeyer - Herbert Witzenmann - Massimo Scaligero - Ross Rentea - Rudolf Hauschka - Oskar Schmiedel - Hermann Poppelbaum - Alfred Meebold Notable Supporters Saul Bellow - Owen Barfield - Andrej Belyj - Joseph Beuys - Wassily Kandinsky - Selma Lagerlöf - Albert Schweitzer - Andrei Tarkovsky - Bruno Walter - Ibrahim Abouleish - Nicanor Perlas - Anthroposophical texts Philosophy of Freedom - How to Know Higher Worlds - An Outline of Esoteric Science Cultural Influences Waldorf education - Anthroposophical medicine - Biodynamic agriculture - Camphill Movement - Eurythmy - Threefold social order - Anthroposophical architecture - The Christian Community - Institutions, publications General Anthroposophical Society - Anthroposophical Society in America - Goetheanum - GLS bank - Demeter International - SEKEM - Harduf - Triodos Bank - RSF Social Finance - Persondata Name Maryon, Edith Alternative names Short description Date of birth 9 February 1872 Place of birth Date of death 2 May 1924 Place of death