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Sculptors Shape Fall Exhibits at Michener Art Museum

Head of Victory by Augustus Saint-Gaudens.

How did the careers of two preeminent sculptors of the Gilded Age intersect, and what was the significance? The Michener Art Museum in Doylestown, Pa., now presents “Monuments and Myths: The America of Sculptors Augustus Sant-Gaudens and Daniell Chester French,” on view through January 5.

Daniel Chester French (1850–1931) and Augustus Saint-Gaudens (1848–1907) were friends and sometimes rivals who transformed sculpture in the U.S. They produced dozens of the nation’s most recognizable public artworks, including French’s Seated Abraham Lincoln in the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C., and Saint-Gaudens’s Diana, which graced the top of Madison Square Garden in New York City.

“Monuments and Myths” features approximately 70 sculptures, models, maquettes, and more drawn from the collections of the two artists’ historic homes.

Visitors can also enjoy a related exhibition from Bucks County, Pa., artist George Anthonisen, who served as sculptor-in-residence at the Saint Gaudens National Historical Park in the 1970s. “George R. Anthonisen: Meditations on the Human Condition” celebrates Anthonisen’s 65-year artistic career. The exhibit is open until October 13 and features more than 40 bronze sculptures, maquettes, and frescoes.

Related programming for “Monuments and Myths” includes, on July 11, an evening during which improv actors bring to life Saint-Gaudens’s and French’s most iconic figures; and, on July 31, a virtual conversation with Chief Curator Laura Igoe and Director of Exhibitions Joshua Lessard.

For more information, visit Michener Art Museum.

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