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Hiram Powers: Vermont Sculptor, 1805-1873
Richard P. Wunder
July 1991 by University of Delaware Press .
Written in English
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Wunder ISBN ISBN Hardcover; Newark, Delaware: University of Delaware Press, January ; ISBN Essay Among the most influential and best-known American sculptors of the nineteenth century, Hiram Powers enjoyed international recognition for marbles executed in the prevailing Neoclassical style.
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Born and grew 1805-1873 book in Vermont, later lived in Ohio before moving to Florence, Italy, in Sculptor who produced lifelike Hiram Powers: Vermont Sculptor busts such as Andrew Jackson () and idealized figures such as The Greek Slave () that helped to overcome the public's dislike of female nudity in art.
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1: Life (American Art Series). HIRAM POWERS VERMONT SCULPTOR, VOLUME II CATALOGUE OF WORKS by Wunder, Richard P. Published by Associated University Press, Circa. Hardback. Hiram Powers: Vermont Sculptor. Almost very good condition in a good dustwrapper.
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Wunder. The Charles C. Eldredge Prize, Smithsonian American Art Museum. Hardback • • $ ISBN: Order Book. A detailed account of the life and career of Hiram Powers (), the first American-born sculptor to win international. Hiram Powers American Powers modeled his personification of "America" as a bust after completing a full-length version intended to "embody the political creed of our country." The youthful maiden wears a diadem with thirteen stars referring to the thirteen original colonies, which the sculptor saw as "giving majesty and dignity.".
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Hiram Powers: Vermont Sculptor, Life: Wunder, Richard P.: Books - or: Richard P. Wunder. Hiram Powers was born in Woodstock, Vermont on J He grew up on his family's small farm near the Ottauquechee River, where he lived until they moved to Cincinnati when Hiram was 14 years old.
It was a poor farmer's life made more difficult when his father lost all his money. Hiram Powers a Firenze: mostra documentaria in occasione del bicentenario della nascita / catalogo a cura di Katerine Gaja Powers, Hiram, [ Book: ] Languages: Italian;English, [1 other].
Surnames: Powers, Parlin I'm trying to make the connection between my great, great, great grandmother, Angelica (Powers) Parlin and Hiram Powers. Hiram Powers was born in Vermont in and moved to Florence, Italy, where he became a well known sculptor. Rhonda, I'm researchein Hiram Powers and his family.
Write to me at the address below. I am looking for info on Henrietta W. Dyer, married to Hiram's son Preston in in Italy.
Maybe we can help each other. Suzanne [email protected]  Provenance per Richard P. Wunder, Hiram Powers: Vermont Sculptor,2 vols., Newark, London, and Toronto, James D'Arcy was a hat manufacturer and a brother-in-law of the previous owner, James Robb. See also: Martina Droth with Sarah Kraus, “Mapping The Greek Slave” digital interactive, in "The Greek Slave by Hiram Powers: A Transatlantic Object,” eds.
Martina. The Greek Slave is a marble sculpture by the American sculptor Hiram was one of the best-known and critically acclaimed American artworks of the nineteenth century, and is among the most popular American sculptures ever.
It was the first publicly exhibited, life-size, American sculpture depicting a fully nude female : Hiram Powers.
The third marble replica is listed by Richard P. Winder Hiram Powers, Vermont Sculptor in inventory of the contents of Power's studio records as being sold to a 'Lord Tapling' on the 27th June with an additional note that 'no such person is listed in.
Description HIRAM POWERS (American ) Proserpine, modeled Marble 24 inches high (61 cm) Inscription on front of base: Hiram Power Literature: Richard P.
Wunder, Hiram Powers Vermont Sculptor, (Newark, Delaware: University of Delaware Press, ), II Proserpin was Powers's most popular sculpture. He carved busts of the goddess of flowers in. Wunder, Hiram Powers: Vermont Sculptor, – (University of Delaware Press, ).
Art Bulle 4 (Dec. ), – Albert Boime, The Art of the Macchia and the Risorgimento (University of Chicago Press, ), ill. Hiram Powers: | | ||| | |Neoclassical| sculptor Hiram Powers, ca.
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Hiram Powers was born on Jin Woodstock, Vt. The family soon moved to Cincinnati, where Powers grew up. He began his artistic career modeling wax figures for Dorfeuille's Western Museum in Cincinnati.
Wunder, Hiram Powers Vermont Sculptor,Newark, Delaware,page Other busts of Prosperine by Powers were sold at Christie's New York, 1 Decemberand Christie's New York, 19 Maylot Hiram Powers was an internationally recognized sculptor in the nineteenth century, and certainly the leading American sculptor of Neoclassical works in his generation.
Though he lived in worked in Italy, his presence and influence on America is remarkable. HIRAM POWERS (AMERICAN, ) Psyche signed 'H.
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Hiram Powers was perhaps the most famous American sculptor of his day. After viewing some of Powers’ works, John Quincy Adams wrote the poem entitled “To Hiram Powers”; Hirum Powers was born at Woodstock, Vermont, 29 July, He.
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