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Catalogue of a memorial exhibition of the works of Augustus Saint-Gaudens

by Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)

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Published by D.B. Updike, The Merrymount Press in New York, Boston .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesSaint-Gaudens memorial exhibition
The Physical Object
Pagination1 l., 82 p., 1 l. ;
Number of Pages82
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24342330M

Catalogue of a Memorial exhibition of the works of Augustus Saint-Gaudens, April twenty-ninth through June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and nine Carnegie Institute [ Book: ]. English: Augustus Saint-Gaudens (Dublin, March 1, – Cornish, New Hampshire, August 3, ), was the Irish-born American sculptor of the Beaux-Arts generation who most embodied the ideals of the "American Renaissance.".

Unveiled in in Madison Square, it reflected Saint-Gaudens’ traditional training, though its realism marked his break from convention. The architect Stanford White collaborated on the base for this and other Saint-Gaudens works. One of his best-known works is the memorial he created in to Henry Adams’ wife, who committed suicide in. Saint-Gaudens, among the United States’ most heralded sculptors, was born in Ireland and immigrated as a baby in the midth century. Raised in New York City, he studied in Europe, part of the Author: Globe Staff.

Saint-Gaudens National Historical Park in Cornish, New Hampshire, preserves the home, gardens, and studios of Augustus Saint-Gaudens (–), one of America's foremost sculptors. This was his summer residence from to , his permanent home from until his death in , and the center of the Cornish Art are two hiking trails that explore the park's natural on: Cornish, New Hampshire. Janu through Ap The Flagler Museum's winter exhibit, Augustus Saint-Gaudens: American Sculptor of the Gilded Age features the magnificent works of America's best Gilded Age sculptor, Augustus Saint-Gaudens (), who has been called the "American Michelangelo." Born to immigrant parents, Saint-Gaudens began his career in , at the age of thirteen, when he was.


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Dept. of Fine Arts.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Catalogue of a Memorial exhibition of the works of Augustus Saint-Gaudens, April twenty-ninth through June thirtieth. Augustus Saint-Gaudens (/ ˌ s eɪ n t ˈ ɡ ɔː d ə n z /; March 1, – August 3, ) was an American sculptor of the Beaux-Arts generation who embodied the ideals of the American Renaissance.

Raised in New York City, he traveled to Europe for further training and artistic study. After he returned to New York, he achieved major critical success for his monuments commemorating heroes Born: March 1,Dublin, Ireland.

Augustus Saint-Gaudens, Roman Bronze Works, Adams Memorial, modeledcastbronze, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Museum purchase, Arguably the greatest American sculptor, Augustus Saint Gaudens () left a rich legacy of artwork including public monuments such as the Adams Memorial in Washington, D.C., the Sherman Monument in Manhattan and perhaps his greatest work, the Shaw Memorial in Boston, honoring Col.

Robert Gould Shaw and the famed Massachusetts 54th Regiment of African American by: 1. Augustus Saint-Gaudens, (born March 1,Dublin, Ireland—died Aug. 3,Cornish, New Hampshire, U.S.), generally acknowledged to be the foremost American sculptor of the late 19th century, noted for his evocative memorial statues and for the subtle modeling of his low reliefs.

Saint-Gaudens was born to a French father and an Irish mother. His family moved to New York City when he. Kathryn Greenthal's Augustus Saint-Gaudens: Master Sculptor is a critical study of one of the greatest artists this country has produced.

The book recounts the sculptor's early days in New York as a cameo cutter's apprentice and his student years in France and Italy and identifies the sources of European influence from which he honed his native talent and earned his place in the international.

Sculptor who combined naturalism and monumentality in his works and was one of the best-known and influential sculptors of his day. Powerful in its restraint, his most distinctive piece, the Adams Memorial (–91), is a seated, draped, brooding figure. [SAAM ]Born: Augustus Saint-Gaudens, A Master of American Sculpture.

Toulouse: Musée des Augustins, (Exhibition catalogue of the exhibition in France. Includes 11 essays about Saint-Gaudens' life, and detailed information about of his most well known works.) The Shaw Memorial: A Celebration of An American Masterpiece. The Metropolitan's collection of works by Saint-Gaudens numbers 45—in marble, bronze, plaster, terracotta, and even shell.

His association with the Museum is reflected not only in these tangible objects but also through his career-long connections with its staff and trustees and their tireless efforts to assemble a comprehensive memorial.

The Reminiscences of Augustus Saint-Gaud ens, 2 vols. (; reprint, in The Art Experience in Late Nineteenth-Century America Series, ed. Barbara Weinberg, New York: Garland, ), with chronological list of works by the artist § Louise Hall Tharp, Saint-Gaudens and the Gilded Age (Boston: Little, Brown, ) § John H.

Dryfhout, The. Catalogue of sculptured works of Augustus Saint-Gaudens, with biographical sketch; memorial exhibition opening December nineteen hundred nine and extending through. Saint-Gaudens, Augustus, NBS2 H7 Catalogue of a memorial exhibition of the works of Augustus Saint-Gaudens: Carnegie Institute, April twenty.

The Life and Works of Augustus Saint Gaudens book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Arguably the greatest American sculptor /5. National Park Service Logo National Park Service. Search. This Site All NPS. Robert Louis Stevenson was exhibited in the Ninth Exhibition of the International Society of Sculptors, Painters and Gravers at the New Gallery, London, from January to February Further reading Augustus Saint-Gaudens Memorial Exhibition, exhibition catalogue, Art Institute of.

After Saint-Gaudens’s death infollowing a hiatus during which she managed the consolidation and dispersal of works for the five-venue memorial exhibition (–10), Augusta Saint-Gaudens turned her attention to casting small bronzes from the sculptor’s oeuvre with a renewed dedication both practical (to provide income) and Author: Thayer Tolles.

I have Augustus Saint Gaudens bookmarked on eBay and the above mentioned catalogue was entered for sale and I won it! I thought your readers might be interested in a personnel book review of a Memorial Exhibition catalogue held at the Carnegie Institute.Online exhibit: Augustus Saint-Gaudens' Memorial to Robert Gould Shaw and the Massachusetts Fifty-Fourth Regiment Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site, New Hampshire Lots of information about the artist Augustus Saint-Gaudens at the Smithsonian American .The sculpture of Augustus Saint-Gaudens (), called the American Michelangelo, has often been compared to the magnificent works of the Renaissance.

As an advocate of new ideas and a new approach to sculpture, Saint-Gaudens played a preeminent role in developing America's cultural life and revitalizing the art of sculpture in the modern age.