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Exhibitions/ Augustus Saint-Gaudens in The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Augustus Saint-Gaudens in The Metropolitan Museum of Art

June 30–November 15, 2009
Exhibitions are free with Museum admission.

Exhibition Overview

The Metropolitan Museum of Art owns some forty-five sculptures by Augustus Saint-Gaudens (1848–1907), the American Beaux-Arts sculptor who worked in New York, Paris, and Cornish, New Hampshire. The Museum's collection fully represents the range of his oeuvre—from early cameos to innovative painterly bas-reliefs to reductions after public monuments for East Coast cities. Through the lens of the Museum's unparalleled holdings as well as some related loans, this exhibition offers a reappraisal of Saint-Gaudens's groundbreaking role in the history of late nineteenth-century American sculpture and the Aesthetic Movement.

Related Links

Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site

The Saint-Gaudens Memorial

The Eugénie Prendergast Exhibitions of American Art are made possible by a grant from Jan and Warren Adelson.

Additional support for this exhibition is provided by the Laurence Levine Charitable Fund, Inc.

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