Adolph Alexander Weinman

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Leather Binding on Spine and Corners with Golden Leaf Printing on round Spine (extra customization on request like complete leather. Summary: The collection measures linear feet, dates from toand documents the career of early twentieth century sculptor Adolph A.

Weinman. Found within the papers are scattered biographical materials; project files for Weinman's sculpture and commissions; correspondence with colleagues, friends and family, and letterpress books containing copies of letters concerning specific.

Weinman, Adolph A. (Adolph Alexander), Adolph A. Weinman. [Athens] University of Georgia Press in collaboration with the National Sculpture Society [] (OCoLC) Named Person: Adolph A Weinman; Adolph A Weinman: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Adolph A Weinman.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Noe, Sydney P. (Sydney Philip), Medallic work of A.A. Weinman. New York, American numismatic Society, Adolph Alexander Weinman by, unknown edition, "Adolph Alexander Weinman is the sculptor whose work is dealt with in the September issue of the Spanish edition of the Bulletin.

WEINMAN, Adolph Alexander, American sculptor: uhe, Germany, 11 Dec. He came to the United States when a child and later studied art in New York, under Saint Gaudens at the Art Student's League, and at Cooper Union.

Audrey towers above the fountain by the Plaza Hotel and is immortalized in the sculptures “Descending Night,” by Adolph Alexander Weinman, and “Memory,” by.

Adolph Alexander Weinman was born on Decem in Durmersheim, Germany. Adolph was raised by his father Gustave Weinmann, a shoemaker, and by his mother Katherina Weingaertner Weinmann. They lived together as a family in the city of Karlsruhe from up until Adolph Alexander Weinman (Dec.

11, - Aug. 7, ) By David W. Lange and Holger Martin The future creator of the Winged Head Liberty Dime and the Walking Liberty Half Dollar was born Dec.

11, to Gustave Weinmann, a shoemaker, and his wife Katherina (nee Weingärtner) in Durmersheim, a village not far from the capital of the Grand Duchy of Baden, Karlsruhe, Germany. Adolph Alexander Weinman () was an American sculptor of German origin; he was born on 11 Born December in Karlsruhe, Germany, but spent most of his life in the United States of America, where he died in At the age of ten years, his family emigrated with him to the USA.

At the age of 15, he attended evening classes at Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and g: book. Item # Part of the American Sculptors Series, offering a look at the work of German-born American sculptor Adolph Alexander Weinman (). Includes an artist statement and bio.

Otherwise, this book features illustrations of a variety of artwork, including standing sculptures as well as medallions and busts. OCLC: - Adolph Alexander Weinman Decem - August 8, German-born American sculptor & architectural sculptor. Wikipedia Born Karlsruhe, Germany Died Port Chester, New York, United States Books: Adolph A.

Weinman Education: Art Students League of New York, Cooper Union. See more ideas about Art students league, Karlsruhe, Sculpture pins. Adolph Alexander Weinman (Decem – August 8, ) was a German-born American sculptor and architectural sculptor.

Born in Durmersheim, near Karlsruhe, Germany, Weinman arrived in the United States at the age of At the age of 15, he attended evening classes at Missing: book.

Adolph Alexander Weinman ( - ) was an American sculptor of German origin. At the age of ten he immigrated with his parents to New York, where he later studied sculpture. Weinman designed the motif "Walking Liberty" for the former half dollars, which was later used for the American Silver Eagle, an American bullion coin.

Born in Germany, Adolph Weinman came to the United States inand later studied at Cooper Union and the Art Students League in New studied sculpture in the studio of Philip Martiny, and in worked under Augustus Saint-Gaudens, who would have a major influence on his work.

Weinman would win important sculptural commissions, including the monument to General Alexander Born: - Buy Adolph Alexander Weinman book online at best prices in india on Read Adolph Alexander Weinman book reviews & author details Format: Perfect Paperback. Adolph Alexander Weinman immigrated to New York at age 10 with his family.

From the exhibition:Frontier to Foundry: the Making of Small Bronze Sculpture in the Gilcrease Collection, December - March Ann Boulton Young, Associate Conservator for. Adolph Alexander Weinman ( - ) was active/lived in New York / Germany. Adolph Weinman is known for Classical figure sculpture, medalist.

Adolph Alexander Weinman is best known for his architectural sculpture and for designing the "Walking Liberty" on. Adolph Alexander Weinman: Day and Night Pair of figures flanking the exterior clocks, repeated over the station's four main entrances.

The station was demolished, c Pennsylvania Station, (bordered by 31st Street, 7th Avenue, 33rd Street and 8th Avenue), Manhattan, New York City pink granite 10 ft ( m). Weinman, Adolph A. (Adolph Alexander), Collection lincolncollection; americana Digitizing sponsor Friends of The Lincoln Collection of Indiana, Inc.

Contributor Lincoln Financial Foundation Collection Language English. Statues of Abraham Lincoln: Adolph Alexander Weinman; Excerpts from Newspapers and Other Sources (Classic Reprint): Foundation, Lincoln Financial: : BooksAuthor: Lincoln Financial Foundation.

The upward looking youth depicted in Rising Sun (left) represents passion filling the soul at the dawn of a new companion, the inward turning and more contemplative Descending Night (right), symbolizes quiet repose at nightfall.

Weinman, who was born in Germany and came to America inlater designed the US “Walking Liberty” silver half dollar and so-called Mercury dime. Weinman, Adolph Alexander Dates & places of birth and death: Born at Karlsruhe, Germany on December 11th, Weinman died at Port Chester, New york, on August 8th, Nationality: German Occupation: The display of Europoean medals at the Columbian exhibition and his work on the Library of Congress doors stimulated his interest in medallic.

In Adolph Alexander Weinman’s U.S. Supreme Court Building Description of Sculpture Courtroom, no mention is made there, nor in any other original by A. Weinman, of the first ten amendments to the Bill of Rights in the East Wall Frieze above the Bench. The item Adolph A. Weinman represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Bryn Athyn College, Swedenborg Library.

This item is available to borrow from 1 library branch. Creator. Weinman, Adolph Alexander, Adolph Alexander Weinman: | | | |Adolph Alexander Weinman| | | | | World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and.

Adolph Alexander Weinman (Decem – August 8, ) was an American sculptor and architectural sculptor, born in Durmersheim, near Karlsruhe, Germany.

His son Robert Weinman. Adolph Alexander Weinman RISING SUN inscribed ©/ and marked with the ROMAN BRONZE WORKS N-Y- foundry mark (on the base). Adolph Alexander Weinman (Decem – August 8, ) was a German-born American sculptor and architectural sculptor.

The papers of American sculptor Adolph Weinman measure linear feet and date from to Found within the collection are scattered biographical materials; project files for Weinman's sculpture and commissions; correspondence with colleagues, friends and family, and letterpress books containing copies of letters concerning specific sculpture commissions; a substantial body of files.

Adolph Alexander Weinman DUET - inscribed A.A. WEINMAN,dated FECIT with copyright and stamped with the ROMAN BRONZE WORKS N.Y. foundry mark bronze, green brown patina height: 24 inches (61 cm.) Provenance Sale:Christie's, New York, March 5,lot Acquiredfrom the above sale by the present owner Literature R.W.

Norton Art. Sculpture "Liberty of Worship, Oscar S. Straus Memorial Fountain," by Adolph Alexander Weinman at the Environmental Protection Agency, Ronald Reagan Building, Washington, D.C.

Contributor Names Highsmith, Carol M.,photographer. Friends of the family reported that Adolph Alexander Weinman's son Robert identified this medal's subject as his brother Howard K. Weinman. Howard was born in which would date this medal to approximately In this medal Adolph Weinman created a loving portrait of one of.

× 1,; KB × ; KB WLA brooklynmuseum Adolph Alexander Weinman Chief Blackbird Ogala 2, ×. Inspired by Adolph Weinman () Exceptional pair of architectural heavy bronze plaques.

Mercury dime and Walking Liberty half dollar imagery. Originally from a NYC Dime Savings Bank. H /4", W /2". Excellent condition. Adolph Alexander Weinman. View Adolph Alexander Weinman’s artworks on artnet. Learn about the artist and find an in-depth biography, exhibitions, original artworks, the latest news, and sold auction prices.

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Life. Bas-relief portrait of Weinman () by Anthony de Francisci. Born in Durmersheim, near Karlsruhe, Germany, Weinman arrived in the United States at the age of (2) Adolph Alexander Weinman,“Weinman is best remembered as the designer of the Walking Liberty Half Dollar (a design now used for the obverse of the American Silver Eagle one-ounce bullion coin) and the ‘Mercury’ dime along with various medals for the Armed Services of.

Adolph Alexander Weinman (Decem – August 8, ) was a German-born American sculptor and architectural sculptor. Born in Durmersheim, near Karlsruhe, Germany, Weinman arrived in the United States at the age of At the age of 15, he attended evening classes at Cooper Union and later studied at the Art Students League of New Missing: book.Adolph A.

Weinman, Descending Night, modeled ca.bronze, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Gift of Mrs. Adolph A. Weinman, Adolph Weinman () was a sculptor from New York, N.Y. From the description of Adolph A.

Weinman papers, (Unknown). WorldCat record id: American sculptor, Adolph Alexander Weinman was born on Decem in Germany and came to New York City in

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