Cyrus Edwin Dallin

Cyrus Edwin Dallin (American, 1861-1944) is regarded as one of the most important sculptors in American art.  

Dallin found the road to commercial artistic success to be a rocky one, but he was known for his dedication and perserverance.  A telling testament to Dallin's tenacity is his 58-year campaign to have his equestrian statue of Paul Revere funded and cast.  

During his long career, he created more than 260 sculptures. Dallin's best-known works include the Paul Revere statue in Boston and monumental casts of the well-known Appeal to the Great Spirit outside the Boston Museum of Fine Arts.  He also sculpted the statue of the Angel Moroni atop the Salt Lake City Temple, which has become a symbol for the The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Dallin was sympathetic to the plight of the Native Americans, and portrayed them heroically in many of his sculptures.  Her at Art Bronze, we are pleased to cast some of these fine examples of Dallin's bronze sculptures.
 
 
 

 

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Massasoit, Chief of the Wampananos, by Cyrus E Dallin
"Massasoit, Chief of the Wampananos" by Cyrus E. Dallin
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The Scout by Cyrus E Dallin
"The Scout" by Cyrus Dallin
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"The Scout" by Cyrus Dallin
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