Leo Friedlander American, 1890-1960


Leo Friedlander is a great American sculptor and held such important positions as Vice President of the Architectural League, President of the National Sculpture Society, Honorary Member of the Catholic Art Society and Academician at the National Academy of Design in New York to name just a few of his affiliations.  He was of course a monumental sculptor who received many great commissions including four huge panel reliefs at the RCA building at Rockefeller Center and the colossal Valor and Sacrifice which stand at the foot of the Arlington Memorial Bridge in Washington D.C. 

Public Works

Museum of the City of New York, The central pediment (1930)

Washington Memorial Arch, Valley Forge National Historical Park, Sculptures

National Chamber of Commerce in Washington, D.C., Reliefs

Jefferson County Courthouse, Birmingham, Alabama, Sculpted Reliefs, 1931

RCA Building at Rockefeller Center, Reliefs, 1939

Arlington Memorial Bridge in Washington, D.C., Arts of War Sculptures,(Sacrifice and Valor)

New York World's Fair, Four Freedoms Statues, 1940

War Memorial, Richmond, VA, Memory Sculpture

American Military Cemetery, Hamm, Luxembourg

Oregon State Capitol, Salem, OR, Covered Wagon sculptural panels

Oregon State Capitol, Salem, OR, Lewis and Clark sculptural panels

Prospect Terrace Park, Providence, RI, Roger Williams Statue

Texas Women's University, Denton, TX, Pioneer Woman Statue

House of Representatives, Capitol Building, Washington, D.C., Sculptured Clock

Metropolitan Museum of Art, Bacchante (bronze sculpture)

Metropolitan Museum of Art, Harmony Creates Tranquility (bronze medal)

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