Allen George Newman American, 1875-1940

Overview

Allen George Newman, an American sculptor who studied under John Quincy Adams Ward (1897-1901), is renowned for the many monumental works he created. His works include the Triumph of Peace in Atlanta, Georgia’s Piedmont Park, General Sheridan in Scranton, Pennsylvania, Henry Hudson overlooking Spuyten Duyvil, New York, and the figures Day and Night on the Harriman National Bank Building in New York.

Memberships

National Academy of Design, Associate, 1926

National Sculpture Society, 1907

Beaux-Arts Institute

National Arts Club

Numismatic Society

American Federation of Arts

Exhibitions

Architectural League

National Academy

National Arts Club, New York City (prize)

National Sculptors Society

Numismatic Society at Broadway and 156th Street in New York

Pan-Pacific Exposition, San Francisco

Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts

Toledo Art Museum

World’s Fair, 1938-1939

Public Commissions

Triumph of Peace, Atlanta, Georgia

General Sheridan, Scranton, Pennsylvania

Women of the South, Jacksonville, Florida

Joel Harris Chandler (Uncle Remus creator), Atlanta, Florida

General Sterling Price

Day and Night, Harriman National Bank Building, New York

Henry Hudson Memorial, New York

Squadron A Gates, New York City, New York

Statue, Providence, Rhode Island

Statue, Montgomery, Alabama

Doughboy, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Doughboy, Cliffside, New Jersey

Doughboy, Rhinebeck, New York

Lt. Colonel Kochler Memorial, United States Military Academy, West Point, New York

General Russell, United States Military Academy, West Point, New York

Figure of Justice, Capitol Building, Tallahassee, Florida, Figure of Justice

Chandler McCracken, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, New York

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