Leonard Crunelle (July 8, 1872 in Lens, Pas-de-Calais – 1944) was a French-born American sculptor.
After immigrating to the United States, he worked as a coal miner in Illinois.
Lorado Taft discovered him. He studied at the Art Institute of Chicago with Taft.
Sakakawea (1904–10), North Dakota State Capitol, Bismarck. A 2003 casting is at the U. S. Capitol in Washington, D.C.
Dr. William Worrall Mayo (1911), Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota.
Richard J. Oglesby (1919), Lincoln Park, Chicago, Illinois.
Civil War Monument (1920), Jacksonville Square, Jacksonville, Illinois.
Victory Monument, aka World War I Black Soldiers' Memorial (1927), Chicago, Illinois.
Lincoln the Debater (1928–29), Taylor Park, Freeport, Illinois.
General Artemas Ward (1936–38), Ward Circle, Washington, D.C.
Heald Square Monument (1936–41), Chicago, Illinois. Begun by Lorado Taft.