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Gutzon Borglum

1867-1941

American sculptor

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Gutzon Borglum's Portrait Sculpture of John Ruskin
Gutzon Borglum's Portrait Sculpture of John Ruskin. George P. Landow,
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... admired by Lincoln's son, Robert, this sculpture helped cement Borglum's reputation
as a monumental sculptor." (left: Gutzon Borglum with his Colossal Lincoln ...

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Gutzon Borglum
... Another sculpture he made was Mt. Rushmore. It would cost $989.99 to build. Faces ... Gutzon
Borglum died in 1941. He is buried at the crypt at the bottom ...

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SMA Utah Artist Borglum
... Gutzon Borglum studied art in a ... and Paris, France. While in Paris, Borglum was greatly
influenced by the sculpture of Auguste Rodin. Borglum's place ...

Abraham Lincoln Bust
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Abe Abraham Lincoln Bust Smithsonian Civil War Sculpture Gutzon Borglum.

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... Students were then challenged to the following writing activity: If John Gutzon Borglum,
sculpture, were asked today to carve another figure into Mount Rushmore ...

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The Mt. Rushmore monument, by Gutzon Borglum Sculpture
Gallery. Under construction. Back to page ...

Explore South Dakota National Parks
... below the sculpted heads. In summer, Gutzon Borglum's sculpture studio, with its
exhibits of tools and scale models, is open to the public. Each summer evening ...

Senator Tom Daschle - South Dakota in the United States ...
... in Custer Park for the summer, visited the Black Hills. Gutzon Borglum's privately
funded sculpture on Mount Rushmore excited the president's interest, and ...

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About "Invocation"
This poem was written to celebrate the dedication of Gutzon Borglum's monumental
sculpture of Confederate generals Robert E. Lee and Thomas Jonathan "Stonewall ...

Memorial to the Start Westward : The Sculpture Center / ...
... INFORMATION, Gutzon Borglum Memorial to the Start Westward. BIBLIOGRAPHY, Bibliographic
information not on file. DOCUMENTATION SOURCE, Name: Ohio Outdoor Sculpture ...

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... medium in which the works are created. Projects as diverse as Gutzon Borglum's sculpture
at Mount Rushmore, Michael Heizer's "Double Negative"--two enormous ...

City Showcase
... Episcopal Church. In front of the Essex Cournty Court House, a bronze statue of Lincoln
sits, made by Gutzon Borglum, the sculpture for Mount Rushmore. Also in ...

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... mountains in the Black Hills. It was also large enough to permit sculpture of a scale
consistent with Gutzon Borglum s purpose. Mount Rushmore s southeast face ...

Mount Rushmore National Memorial - TDR
... at the Memorial is the granite sculpture itself, there is also a Sculptor's Studio
built under the direction of Sculptor Gutzon Borglum in 1939. Plaster models ...

The Stars of 1941
The Stars of 1941. Gutzon Borglum finishes the sculpture at Mt. Rushmore.
Orson Welles releases Citizen Kane, and is blackballed by Hearst.

Mount Rushmore National Monument vacation guide to mount ...
... Rushmore is the granite sculpture itself, but also of interest is the Sculptor's
Studio built under the direction of Sculptor Gutzon Borglum in 1939. Unique ...

Untitled
... Charles E. Rushmore donated $5000 towards Gutzon Borglum's sculpture of the four
presidents' heads on the mountain - the largest single contribution. The ...

Silent Sentinel Studio
... R. Martin III “To The Eternal Glory” was inspired by Gutzon Borglum’s powerful
sculpture to the North Carolina troops on Seminary Ridge. It stands forever ...

Abraham Lincoln Sculpture by Borglum in Oak Ridge Cemetery
... This evocative bronze bust at the tomb's entrance was created by Gutzon Borglum
of Mount Rushmore fame. It is a copy of the bust in the US ...

BORGLUM, (John) Gutzon de la Mothe
... BORGLUM, (John) Gutzon de la Mothe (1871- 1941), American sculptor ... San Francisco and
Paris, he specialized in the sculpture of American subjects. In 1916 he ...

ORC
... issues in the state of Wisconsin. Monster truck driving and cliff sculpture Gutzon
Borglum style (he sculpted Mount Rushmore) tend to be frowned upon by ORC as ...

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... like a magnet. When a young girl was walking the studios of the sculpture Gutzon
Borglum, she was fascinated by the developing face of Lincoln. Her eyes shown ...


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