Henry Kirke Bush-Brown
(1857 - 1935)
Henry Kirke Bush-Brown was active/lived in New York, District Of Columbia. Henry Bush Brown is known for portrait, equestrian statue sculpture.
Bush-Brown, Henry Kirke (1857-1935)
Bush-Brown, Henry K., sculpture; born in Ogdensburgh, N. Y., April 21, 1857; son of Robert and Caroline B. (Adopted by Henry K. Brown, Sculptor); married 1886, to Margaret Lesley.
Exhibited Paris Salon, New York, Philadelphia, and Chicago; Pan American, and St. Louis Expositions.
Represented in Corcoran Art Gallery, Washington, D.C., executed statue of Justinian (New York), equestrian statue of Gen. G.G.Meade and John F. Reynolds (Gettysburg, Pa.), and Union League Memorial (Philadelphia);
Author of several articles pertaining to city improvements and parks.
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