Wednesday, 23 August 2006

'The Young Diana,' by Anna Hyatt Huntington


The Young Diana, by Anna Hyatt Huntington, set in the Brookgreen Gardens in South Carolina.

The Gardens were set up in 1930 by New York industrialist Archer Huntington and his sculptor wife, Anna Hyatt Huntington, as a natural outdoor setting for Mrs. Huntington's sculpture and for the preservation of southeastern flaura and fauna. It was the first 'public' sculpture garden in the US.

RELATED: Art, Sculpture

2 Comments:

Blogger Julian Pistorius said...

That is truly breathtaking.

Nice find PC.

24 Aug 2006, 08:24:00  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wasn't this the statue that was made via Bette Davis modeling for it when she was 18 yrs old?

29 Mar 2011, 17:22:00  

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