Allen George Newman
(1875 - 1940)
Allen George Newman was active/lived in New York. Allen Newman is known for military figure and monument sculpture, landscape painting.
Biography Allen George Newman
Allen George Newman (August 28, 1875 – 1940) was an American sculptor. He was born in New York, where he studied with John Quincy Adams Ward 1897-1901 and at the National Academy of Design.
His works are chiefly monumental and include The Triumph of Peace (Piedmont Park, Atlanta GA); The Hiker, a Spanish–American War soldier; monuments to Henry Hudson, (overlooking Spuyten Duyvil, New York); General Sheridan (Scranton PA); Joel Chandler Harris (Atlanta, GA); Woman of the Southland; the bronze surmounting the dome of the monument to the Women of the Confederacy (Jacksonville, FL, 1914; the figures Day and Night, Harriman National Bank Building (New York); the statues of General William C. Oates (Mont
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