Syracuse University Special Collections, manuscripts, sculpture, Anna Hyatt Huntington, naturalism, Joan of Arc
American Art and Architecture | Arts and Humanities | History of Art, Architecture, and Archaeology
The manuscript collection of Anna Hyatt Huntington, sculptor, 1876-1973, left to the George Arents Research Library at Syracuse University by Mrs. Huntington is of special interest to students and scholars of American culture. Her correspondence, scrap-books, and diaries are a record of a long and successful career as a sculptor.
By drawing upon archival materials and personal interviews, the present article demonstrates the mergence of two major characteristics of Mrs. Huntington's work in this equestrian monument of Joan: technical precision and idealism.
Eden, Myrna Garvey. "The Significance of the Equestrian Monument 'Joan of Arc' in the Artistic Development of Anna Hyatt Huntington." The Courier 12.4 (1975): 3-12.