Museum Without Walls™: AUDIO – Cowboy by artist Frederic Remington

Museum Without Walls™: AUDIO – Cowboy by artist Frederic Remington

[Ed LaVarnway] People might be wondering ‘Why a Cowboy?’ in Philadelphia’s Fairmount Park. It was done by Frederick Remington who made his fame largely on depicting hyper realistic imagery from the old west. My name is Ed LaVarnway I am executive director of the Frederick Remington Art Museum in Ogdensburg, New York. Remington was born…Continue reading Museum Without Walls™: AUDIO – Cowboy by artist Frederic Remington

“Abraham Lincoln” by artist Randolph Rogers – Museum Without Walls™: AUDIO

“Abraham Lincoln” by artist Randolph Rogers – Museum Without Walls™: AUDIO

[Kirk Savage] Abraham Lincoln is shown seated, and holding a pen, a quill pen, in his right hand, and a piece of paper in his left hand, gazing up as if to the heavens. So the question is, what is he signing? I’m Kirk Savage, I have studied public memorials for most of my professional…Continue reading “Abraham Lincoln” by artist Randolph Rogers – Museum Without Walls™: AUDIO

Museum Without Walls™: AUDIO – Ellen Phillips Samuel Memorial — North Terrace

Museum Without Walls™: AUDIO – Ellen Phillips Samuel Memorial — North Terrace

[Penny Balkin Bach] The sculptors for this terrace were selected from the third and final sculpture international exhibition in 1949. Over 250,000 people came to see the works on exhibition and there were over 250 different works to see. The event was unbelievably popular and widely covered by the national press. At the time, even…Continue reading Museum Without Walls™: AUDIO – Ellen Phillips Samuel Memorial — North Terrace