5 edition of John Quincy Adams Ward, dean of American sculpture found in the catalog.
|Statement||Lewis I. Sharp.|
|Series||An American art journal/Kennedy Galleries book|
|Contributions||Ward, John Quincy Adams, 1830-1910.|
|LC Classifications||NB237.W2 A4 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||300 p. :|
|Number of Pages||300|
|LC Control Number||84008664|
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1, A Catalogue of Works by Artists Born Before New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, See pages 41–49, – - John Quincy Adams Ward was an American sculptor, who is most familiar for his over-lifesize standing statue of George Washington dean of American sculpture book the steps of Federal Hall on Wall Street.
Wikipedia Born: JUrbana, Ohio, United States Died: May 1,New York City, New York, United States Period: Romanticism Known for: Sculpture Siblings: Edgar Melville Ward pins. Seventh Regiment Memorial is an outdoor bronze sculpture honoring the members of that regiment whose lives were forfeited during the Civil statue was created by John Quincy Adams Ward and the base was designed by Richard Morris gh the statue is dated the monument was not unveiled until J Description and history.
Ward likely received the commission in Artist: John Quincy Adams Ward. John Quincy Adams Ward: Dean of American Sculpture; with a Catalogue Raisonné by Lewis I. Sharp.
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Kaplan is distinguished professor emeritus of English at Queens College and the Graduate Center of the /5(K). John Quincy Adams Ward was the foremost American proponent of realism in bronze sculpture during the third quarter of the nineteenth century.
In he became the student of the prominent sculptor Henry Kirke Brown (). A leader among the nation’s second generation of sculptors, John Quincy Adams Ward played a significant role in elevating the medium in the United States, calling for a new realism to address moral concerns. Inspired by Abraham Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation, announced in September“The Freedman” reflects not only Ward’s aspiration to create relevant statements on pressing.
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John Quincy Adams Ward was a sculptor with many well-known pieces of art. He was born in Urbana, Ohio. He moved to New York and began studying with famous sculptor Henry K. Brown. He assisted Mr. Brown on the famous equestrian monument of George Washington in Union Square.
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Bronze with brown patina 20 3/4 x 7 1/4 x 6 3/4 inches Provenance: Private collection, New York Literature: Lewis I. Sharp, John Quincy Adams Ward: Dean of American Sculpture, Newark: University of Delaware Press,pp.
Thayer Tolles, ed., American Sculpture in the Metropolitan Museum of Art. John Sloan's Prints A Catalogue Raisonne of The Etchings, Lithographs, & Posters. Morse, Peter. John Quincy Adams Ward Dean of American Sculpture With a Catalogue Raisonne. Sharp, Lewis I. Book Arts. Royoung Bookseller, Inc.
ABAA. items. John Quincy Adams was born in in Braintree, Mass., into a family that, Kaplan says, “had no distinction — social, financial or political,” until his father, John Adams, gained global.Full text of "John Quincy Adams Ward: an appreciation, written for the National sculpture society" See other formats OF THIS BOOK ONE THOUSAND COPIES HAVE BEEN PRINTED JOHN QUINGY ADAMS WARD AN APPRECIATION JOHN QUINCY ADAMS WARD AN APPRECIATION WRITTEN FOR THE NATIONAL SCULPTURE SOCIETY BY ADELINE ADAMS NEW YORK M C M X I I H3 X .Ward came to be known in his time as the “dean of American sculpture” and, as the art historian Lewis Sharp pointed out, his productivity continued unabated almost until his death.
Source: David Dearinger, ed., Paintings and Sculpture in the Collection of the National Academy of Design, Volume I, (New York and Manchester: Hudson.