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Tag Archives: bronze sculpture

Phase 1: Diana of the Hunt Conservation Project

Aug

27

The cleaning and conservation of Diana of the Hunt, a bronze sculpture by Anna Hyatt Huntington is currently under way in the Cummer Gardens.

The sculpture was a gift from Huntington to the Museum…

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Happy Birthday Renoir!

Feb

25

French painter, sculptor and printmaker Pierre Auguste Renoir was born February 25th, 1841. He was one of the founders and leading artists of the Impressionist movement.

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Happy Birthday Frederic Remington!

Oct

04

Tuesday October 4th marks what would be the 150th birthday of …

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#16 Augusta Savage – Diving Boy

Aug

30

“It gives me courage to do things I’m scared of.” – Isabella, age 10

“This is the piece of artwork that I always seek out when my spirit needs lifting. It is often said that one’s attraction to a particular artwork has to do with your life’s experiences – ‘The Diving Boy’ reminds me of when my sons were young – they would step from the bath tub waiting for me to wrap them in a towel – the connection has nothing to do with diving, but the love and warmth of a mother’s love for her young sons.” – anonymous

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