|Birth||21 October 1870, Copenhagen, Capital Region of Denmark, Denmark|
|Death||27 May 1942, Frederiksberg, Frederiksberg Municipality, Capital Region of Denmark, Denmark (aged 71 years)|
Helen Sofie Dohlmann (21 October 1870 – 27 May 1942?) was a Danish sculptor.
One of her earliest works, Sorg, sarkofag med figur, was exhibited at the Salon in Paris where it received a Mention Honorable It was later exhibited at Charlottenborg and in Munich. She participated in several competitions for public monuments in Denmark. Her works include a bust of hospital director H.V.S. Gredsted at the former Copenhagen Municipal Hospital, now part of University of Copenhagen's City Campus.
She remained unmarried and is buried at Solbjerg Park Cemetery in Frederiksberg.
- En dreng, der spiller på fløjte (exhibited 1904)
- Sorg, sarkofag med figur
- Forladt, moder med barn (exhibited 1909)
- Hospitalsdirektør Gredsted (bust, bronze 1912, Copenhagen Municipal Hospital)
- Hagar og Ismael (plaster, udst. 1917); En dreng, der leger hest på en skildpadde (bronze, exhibited 1921)