Daniel Chester French


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United States sculptor who created the seated marble figure of Abraham Lincoln in the Lincoln Memorial in Washington D

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42) Daniel Chester French, "A Sculptor's Reminiscences of Emerson," in Bosco and Myerson, Emerson in His Own Time, 236.
The building, designed by Cass Gillbert, is a masterpiece of the Beaux-Arts style and showcases monumental sculptures by artist Daniel Chester French.
The Statue Abraham Lincoln: A Masterpiece by Daniel Chester French.
Completed in 1899, it features an abundant display of sculpture by Daniel Chester French and interior elements such as the rotunda with vaulted skylight, which have contributed to its position on the National Register of Historic Places and as a New York City landmark.
While we are encouraged to look anew at almost forgotten artists such as Daniel Chester French, Gutzon Borglum, Paul Manship and Augustus Saint Gaudens, the author also leads us to works by Mary Frank, Isamu Noguchi, David Smith, William Kienholz, Duane Hansen, Marisol Escobar and many others.
Although I don't know who dreamed up the idea of the rampant turtle, the bronze figures were done by Charles Harvey and Sherry Fry under the supervision of Daniel Chester French.
The villa soon became an academy abroad of sorts for other young American sculptors, including Daniel Chester French and William Couper.