Bartlett, Paul Wayland

Born: Jan 24, 1865 AD
Died: 1925 AD, at 59 years of age.

Nationality: American
Categories: Artists, Designers

1865 - Paul Wayland Bartlett was born 24th of January in New Haven, Connecticut.


1887 - Won a medal at the Paris Salon.


1890 - Began to study at Paris under Emmanuel Frémiet, modeling from animals in the Jardin des Plantes.


His principal works are:


     - Designed for "The Bear Tamer," in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.


     - The equestrian statue of Lafayette, in the Cours Albert 1er, Paris, presented to the French Republic by the

school children of America.


     - Commended for his work powerful and virile Columbus and Michelangelo, in the Congressional Library, Washington, DC.


      - Remarkable "Ghost Dancer," in the Pennsylvania Academy, Philadelphia.


      - The "Dying Lion"; the equestrian statue of McClellan in Philadelphia.


      - Statue of Joseph Warren in Boston, Massachusetts.


      - Bronze patinas of reptiles, insects and fish.


1925 - Paul Wayland Bartlett died with great contribution.




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