Gutzon Borglum


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Gutzon Borglum

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Description

Gutzon Borglum was an American sculptor. A student of the San Francisco Art Academy as well as the École des Beaux-Arts, Borglum's works include a statue of Lincoln in Newark, NJ. Borglum is probably best know for his monumental work the Mount Rushmore National Memorial.

Person Item Type Metadata

Birth Date

March 25, 1867

Birthplace

Idaho, United States

Death Date

March 6, 1941

Occupation

American artist and sculptor

Bibliography

Borglum, Gutzon and John Cotton Dana. The Newark Lincoln: A Memorial. Newark, N.J. : Free public library for the trustees of the Van Horn trust, 1912.

Borglum, Gutzon. Newark Lincoln: A Memorial. Nabu Press, 2012.

Borglum Carter, Robin. Gutzon Borglum: His Life and Work. Austin, Tex. : Eakin Press, 1998.

Bannwart, Carl and Joseph F. Folsom. Wars of America Memorial Dedication: Military Park, Newark, New Jersey, May 31st, 1926. [Newark, N.J.] : [Broad Street Association], [1926]

Borglum, Gutzon. Statues of Abraham Lincoln. Lincoln Financial Foundation Collection. Newark, N.J. [1910-1988]

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This Item creator of Item: Seated Lincoln
This Item isParentOf Item: Wars of America
This Item isParentOf Item: First Landing Party of the Founders of Newark