Sculptures of History

To commission a Historic sculpture

General Tadeusz Kosciuszko bronze monument
General Tadeusz Kosciuszko bronze monument

Meticulous research and trips to archives in Philadelphia and New York went into the creating of this monument. When the bust was debuted in New York City, the Polish consul said it was "the handsomest portrayal of Kosciuszko" he had ever seen.

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Tadeusz Kosciuszko
Tadeusz Kosciuszko

life-size Bronze Limited Edition of 10 taken from the Kosciuszko monument One of these portrait busts is in the archival collection of the United States Military Academy at West Point and is displayed on the 4th floor of the Jefferson Library

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General Kosciuszko bronze maquette
General Kosciuszko bronze maquette

Maquette version of the Kosciuszko monument 18" tall Limited Edition of 25

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James L Bomar, Jr
James L Bomar, Jr

Pioneer in Polio Eradication 16" by 16" by 4.5" on a wooden base Limited Edition of 16 To view more photos and read more about the sculpture, click the link below

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Kosciuszko and Agrippa Hull
Kosciuszko and Agrippa Hull

Kosciuszko working in his garden, pauses to receive a dispatch from his aide de camp, Agrippa Hull 19"x18"x14" Limited Edition of 20 Meticulous research and collaboration with historians provides the accuracy of every detail of this sculpture, for more photos and descriptions of the details click the link below

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Margaret Corbin_edited
Margaret Corbin_edited

For the history of Margaret Corbin and more photos of this sculpture click the link below

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St Francis and his 'little sister'
St Francis and his 'little sister'

16.75" tall, Limited Edition of 20 For more views of this sculpture click the link below

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James Clerk Maxwell
James Clerk Maxwell

James Clerk Maxwell - Scottish Mathematician and Physicist This sculpture was commissioned by Col. Shoop. To view more photos click the link below.

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Ada Lovelace
Ada Lovelace

Stoneware Clay Ada Lovelace is considered the first computer programmer. Gen. Ressler, retired dept. head of the Electrical Engineering & Computer Science of USMA West Point commissioned the sculpture.

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Saint Jadwiga Queen of Poland
Saint Jadwiga Queen of Poland

life-size stoneware clay, portrait bust - part of the Spirit of Polonia exhibit

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Mikolaj Kopernik (Copernicus)
Mikolaj Kopernik (Copernicus)

life-size stoneware clay, portrait bust - part of the Spirit of Polonia exhibit

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Maria Sklodowska Curie
Maria Sklodowska Curie

life-size stoneware clay, portrait bust - part of the Spirit of Polonia exhibit

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John Paul II
John Paul II

life-size stoneware clay, portrait bust - part of the Spirit of Polonia exhibit

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Jan III Sobeiski
Jan III Sobeiski

life-size stoneware clay, portrait bust - part of the Spirit of Polonia exhibit

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Jan Ignacy Paderewski
Jan Ignacy Paderewski

life-size stoneware clay, portrait bust - part of the Spirit of Polonia exhibit

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Henryk Sienkiwicz
Henryk Sienkiwicz

life-size stoneware clay, portrait bust - part of the Spirit of Polonia exhibit

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Helena Modjeska
Helena Modjeska

life-size stoneware clay, portrait bust - part of the Spirit of Polonia exhibit

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Frederick Chopin
Frederick Chopin

life-size stoneware clay, portrait bust - part of the Spirit of Polonia exhibit

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Emilija Plater
Emilija Plater

life-size stoneware clay, portrait bust - part of the Spirit of Polonia exhibit

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Casimir Pulaski
Casimir Pulaski

life-size stoneware clay, portrait bust - part of the Spirit of Polonia exhibit

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Adam Mickiewicz
Adam Mickiewicz

life-size stoneware clay, portrait bust - part of the Spirit of Polonia exhibit

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Kosciuszko in his Garden at West Point
Kosciuszko in his Garden at West Point

This sculpture was the initial concept of Kosciuszko in his garden that has been realized as bronze (with his aide de camp Agrippa Hull) and as a painting - this sculpture is in the Gates collection in New York City.

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Strength of the Oil Field
Strength of the Oil Field

Sculpted from a 1970s photograph in the Permian Basin Museum archives of two men working on the rig and incidentally showing the transition of the oil field workers clothing. One worker still in the clothing and hat of the 1930s with the other wearing what they still wear today. 18" to top of pipe stem, 12" figures Limited Edition of 10 for more photos and history click the link below

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