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  • Dallin, Cyrus Edwin,
  • Gorham Manufacturing Company,
  • Portrait female -- Hutchinson, Anne
  • Occupation -- Other
  • Figure group -- Female & Child
  • Object -- Written Matter
  • Outdoor Sculpture -- Massachusetts -- Boston
  • Sculpture
    Anne Hutchinson, (sculpture).
    Dallin, Cyrus Edwin, 1861-1944, sculptor.
    Gorham Manufacturing Company, founder.
    Anne Hutchinson, (sculpture).
    Other Titles: 
    Anne Marbury Hutchinson, (sculpture).
    Cast 1915. Installed 1922.
    Sculpture: bronze; Base: granite.
    Sculpture: approx. 98 x 52 x 30 in.; Base: approx. 78 x 66 x 48 in.
    (On left side of bronze base:) C F Dallin 1915 (On right side of bronze base:) The Gorham Co. Founders (On bronze plaque on front of base:) IN MEMORY OF/ANNE MARBURY HUTCHINSON/BAPTIZED AT ALFORD/LINCOLNSHIRE ENGLAND/20.JULY.1591/KILLED BY THE INDIANS/AT EAST CHESTER NEW YORK 1643/A COURAGEOUS EXPONENT/OF CIVIL LIBERTY/AND RELIGIOUS TOLERATION signed Founder's mark appears.
    A standing portrait a Anne Hutchinson with her proper right arm around the shoulders of a young girl standing by her side. Her head is raised to the sky and she clutches the Bible to her chest with her proper left hand. The figures are dressed in period attire consisting of long dresses, capes, and small caps. With her proper right hand, the little girl reaches out to hold onto the folds of Anne Hutchinson's skirt. The sculpture rests on a square base.
    Portrait female -- Hutchinson, Anne -- Full length
    Occupation -- Other -- Reformer
    Figure group -- Female & Child
    Object -- Written Matter -- Bible
    Object Type: 
    Outdoor Sculpture -- Massachusetts -- Boston
    Administered by Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Massachusetts Art Commission, Beacon Street, Massachusetts State House, Room 10, Boston, Massachusetts 02133 Accession Number: 1922.3
    Located Massachusetts State House, Beacon Hill, South lawn, Boston, Massachusetts 02133
    In 1638, Anne Hutchinson challenged the Massachusetts Bay Colony's religious hierarchy and was banished. The sculpture was a gift of the Anne Hutchinson Memorial Association and State Federation of Women's Clubs.
    Index of American Sculpture, University of Delaware, 1985
    Massachusetts Art Commission, "Art in the Massachusetts State House," 1986.
    Save Outdoor Sculpture, Massachusetts survey, 1996.
    Image on file.
    Massachusetts Art Commission, "Art in the Massachusetts State House," 1986, pg. 42.
    The Boston Globe, July 23, 1994, pg. 25.
    The information provided about this artwork was compiled as part of the Smithsonian American Art Museum's Inventories of American Painting and Sculpture database, designed to provide descriptive and location information on artworks by American artists in public and private collections worldwide.
    Inventories of American Painting and Sculpture, Smithsonian American Art Museum, P.O. Box 37012, MRC 970, Washington, D.C. 20013-7012
    Control Number: 
    IAS 76005760
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