OOSI Sculpture

Andrew Carnegie sculpture

1907 / J.Massey Rhind / Youngstown

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This sculpture of Carnegie was the door that opened a fantastic and historically important relationship between the artist, J.Massey Rhind, and Mr. Joseph Butler the founder of The Butler Institute of American Art.

Rhind became a friend, trusted adviser of painting, as well as main sculptor for Mr.Butler. The two created a wonderful history of art throughout Youngstown and Niles Ohio.

Location: Public Library of Youngstown, 305 Wick Avenue • Youngstown, OH 44503

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Citation

: J.Massey Rhind , “Andrew Carnegie sculpture,” Ohio Outdoor Sculpture Inventory, accessed October 22, 2019, http://oosi.sculpturecenter.org/items/show/1604.

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Andrew Carnegie sculpture

Description

This sculpture of Carnegie was the door that opened a fantastic and historically important relationship between the artist, J.Massey Rhind, and Mr. Joseph Butler the founder of The Butler Institute of American Art.

Rhind became a friend, trusted adviser of painting, as well as main sculptor for Mr.Butler. The two created a wonderful history of art throughout Youngstown and Niles Ohio.

Date

1907

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Location Site

Public Library of Youngstown

Location Street

305 Wick Avenue • Youngstown, OH 44503