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The Saint-Gaudens Lincoln

by George B. McClellan

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Published by [s.n.] in [New York] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statement by George B. McClellan, LL.D. ; from memorial oration Augustus Saint-Gaudens, delivered in New York, February 29, 1908, printed in Putnam"s monthly, August 1908
The Physical Object
Pagination1 folded sheet ([2] leaves) ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24395893M

  A Sculpture Story: Abraham Lincoln and Augustus Saint Gaudens Greetings, folks! Today we're mixing things up a bit and talking about the fantastic stories behind the . Saint-Gaudens, A. Boy's Clubs in front of Lincoln National Monument, Illinois making the scout's honor sign and presenting a wreath. Chicago Cook Illinois United States,. Chicago Cook Illinois United States.

Abraham Lincoln; Augustus Saint-Gaudens; American; American; late 19th century; bronze; Overall: 21 1/2 x 9 3/4 x 11 in. ( x x cm); Gilcrease Museum, Tulsa, Oklahoma. Get this from a library! Lay this laurel: an album on the Saint-Gaudens memorial on Boston Common: honoring black and white men together who served the union cause with Robert Gould Shaw and died with him J [Richard Benson; Lincoln Kirstein; Frederick Douglass; Jon Goodman; Jim DiMarcantonio; Eakins Press Foundation.].

Augustus Saint-Gaudens: | | | |Augustus Saint-Gaudens| | | | | World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the.   The Lincoln Cent is America's longest-serving coin design. design is most associated with medallic artist and sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens, David Bowers’ excellent A Guide Book .


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The Saint-Gaudens Lincoln by George B. McClellan Download PDF EPUB FB2

Augustus Saint-Gaudens was a great admirer of Lincoln and created two monuments to the fallen president. A special exhibit and tour at the park features these two sculptures. A new, free booklet details the history and development of the monuments, as well as other connections between Saint-Gaudens and Lincoln.

Last updated: Febru Using research and personal recollections of Lincoln, Saint-Gaudens created a Lincoln recognizable by the public, not a hagiographic figure, as he relied on Lincoln biographies for artistic themes.

Saint-Gaudens’s Abraham Lincoln: The Man redefined the interpretation of Abraham Lincoln in sculpture, influencing the memory and legacy of Lincoln in sculpture by reflecting numerous biographical themes.

"St. Gauden's Lincoln" is an etching by Schneider and was the 18th Presentation Gift Print for the Chicago Society of Etchers and printed in an edition of The subject The Saint-Gaudens Lincoln book Lincoln: The Man" (also called Standing Lincoln) is a larger-than-life size (foot) bronze statue of Abraham Lincoln, the 16th president of the United States.

The fourth bronze cast of Standing Lincoln by Tiffany Studios was cast by June 7,when Augusta Saint-Gaudens noted payment of $ to the foundry in her account book, –17, Saint-Gaudens Papers, microfilm r frame Author: Thayer Tolles. Abraham Lincoln: The Head of State (also called Seated Lincoln or Sitting Lincoln) is a 9-foot ( m) tall bronze statue of Abraham Lincoln in Grant Park, in d by Augustus Saint-Gaudens and completed by his workshop init was intended by the artist to evoke the loneliness and burden of command felt by Lincoln during his presidency.

Artist: Augustus Saint-Gaudens. Saint-Gaudens was a teenager, appren - ticed to a cameo cutter in New York City. From his window, he witnessed this and other events of the Civil War, from the troops marching off to battle, the draft riots, and parades for triumphant generals.

Saint-Gaudens was The Saint-Gaudens Lincoln book great admirer of Lincoln and was to create two monuments to the president. Done in a diary format, this page book is a companion book to the PBS special, Looking for Lincoln.

In addition to well-known facts, Looking for Lincoln contains much information that you would never find in other books. There are lots of stories, anecdotes, and trivia about Lincoln and those who surrounded s:   Their heroic but futile battle at Fort Wagner was memorialized by sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens in Boston Common in Both the commemorative book and limited-edition volume depict the monument in stirring detail while celebrating its year anniversary.

For photography connoisseurs and Civil War buffs. First Edition, Reviews: 6. Their heroic but futile battle at Fort Wagner was memorialized by sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens in Boston Common in Both the commemorative book and limited-edition volume depict the monument in stirring detail w One of the most compelling Civil War stories is that of the Fifty-Fourth Regiment, made up of African-American soldiers who volunteered for the Union Army/5(3).

Abraham Lincoln: The Man (also called Standing Lincoln) is a larger-than-life size foot ( m) bronze statue of Abraham Lincoln, the 16th president of the United original statue is in Lincoln Park in Chicago, and several replicas have been installed in other places around the world.

Completed by Augustus Saint-Gaudens init has been described as the most important. Buy Memorial to a Marriage: An Album on the Saint-Gaudens Memorial in Rock Creek Cemetery Commissioned by Henry Adams in Honor of His Wife, Marian Hooper Adams by Lincoln Kirstein online at Alibris.

We have new and used copies available, in 2 editions - starting at $ Shop now. Dedicatory Speech at the Unveiling of Saint-Gaudens's "Standing Lincoln" Statue at Lincoln Park, Chicago, Octo Notes Bibliography Index Show More.

Editorial Reviews “With the publication of this well-documented and well-written book, another of those ‘original Lincoln men’ is rescued from obscurity. Essay by Lincoln Kirstein, photographs by Richard Benson An album on the Saint-Gaudens Memorial on Boston Common honoring black and white men together who served the Union cause with Robert Gould Shaw and died with him on J Their heroic but futile battle at Fort Wagner was memorialized by sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens in Boston Common in Both this commemorative book and limited edition volume depict the.

An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio An illustration of a " floppy disk. Presentation of the Saint-Gaudens statue of Lincoln to the British people, J Item Preview remove-circle. To create Lincoln’s face, he relied heavily on life casts made by sculptor Leonard Volk inthe very year of the Cooper Union speech, which Saint-Gaudens had attended.

On that memorable day, Saint-Gaudens was impressed with Lincoln’s height and the way he bowed his head as he acknowledged the people gathered before him.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art has acquired one of only 16 known casts of Augustus Saint-Gaudens' Abraham Lincoln, the Man (Standing Lincoln), a rare, authorized reduction of the large bronze monument that the sculptor originally created for Lincoln Park in Chicago between and This is the most complete compendium ever attempted of the life and work of Augustus St-Gaudens.

John Dryfhout has assembled over illustrations depicting the cameos, sculptures, bas-reliefs, bronzes, coins, and medals forming the Saint-Gaudens oeuvre, as well as scenes of the artist’s life and studio in Cornish, New Hampshire. Included is information on all known versions and editions of.

Saint-Gaudens labored 12 years on a second masterpiece. He completed the statue inbut died before it was cast. Eventually after exhibitions of his bronze Seated Lincoln on both coasts to great acclaim, it was installed in Chicago's Grant Park ina. Recognized in by the Commission on Chicago Landmarks as “one of the oldest public sculptures in Chicago and one of the most significant monuments to Lincoln in the United States,” Saint Gaudens’s piece has been listed alongside numerous others in books that catalog and describe the statues of America’s sixteenth president.

Presentation of the Saint-Gaudens statue of Lincoln to the British people, J (Book, ) [] Get this from a library! Presentation of the Saint-Gaudens statue of Lincoln to the British people, J [American Association for International Conciliation.

By the late s and s, Saint-Gaudens had produced some of his greatest work including a copper statue of Diana and the first of his bronze monuments to President Abraham Lincoln.- Lincoln, Abraham, Rare Book And Special Collections Division Contributor: Saint-Gaudens, Augustus Photo, Print, Drawing [Photograph of sculpture entitled, "The President" Bronze by Saint-Gaudens located in Chicago, Illinois.].