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.
Private Collection, Boca Raton, FL (by descent)
1908, Annual exhibition, National Academy of Design, New York (#441 titled Spanish War Soldier)
1940, Annual exhibition, National Academy of Design, New York (#179 titled Study for The Hiker)