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Collection National Woman's Party Fine Art Collection
Catalog Number 1963.001
Object Name Sculpture
Title Bronze sculpture of "Sybil Ludington's Ride" by Anna Hyatt Huntington, 1958
Date 1958
Year Range from 1958
Year Range to 1958
Description Realistic bronze sculpture of a screaming young woman, arm raised, on a horse. The sculpture, titled "Sybil Ludington's Ride" and sculpted by Anna Hyatt Huntington (1876-1973) in 1958, is a small version of a sculpture by the artist located in Carmel, New York. [See Notes] The model used for the sculpture was Marguerite Agneil, a member of the National Woman's Party. The artist was also a member of the National Woman's Party. [See "People, Classification, Subjects, Search Terms" below for biographical information on the artist, model, and subject.]
Artist Huntington, Anna Hyatt, 1876-1973
Dimensions H-30 W-21.5 D-9.5 inches
Material Cast bronze
People Huntington, Anna Hyatt, 1876-1973
Ludington, Sybil, 1761-1839
Agneil, Marguerite
Birch, Laurie
Saunders, Stephanie
Subjects Fine art
Sculpture
Bronze
Carmel, New York
Revolutionary War
Danbury, Connecticut
Modern Art Foundry (NY)
Horses
Huntington, Anna Hyatt, 1876-1973
Ludington, Sybil, 1761-1839
Agneil, Marguerite
Birch, Laurie
Saunders, Stephanie
Figure sculpture
Human figure in art
Sculptors
Women and war
Woman
Women
Women sculptors
Search Terms Fine art
Sculpture
Bronze
Carmel, New York
Revolutionary War
Danbury, Connecticut
Modern Art Foundry (NY)
Horse
Huntington, Anna Hyatt, 1876-1973
Ludington, Sybil, 1761-1839
Agneil, Marguerite
Birch, Laurie
Saunders, Stephanie
Figure sculpture
Human figure in art
Sculptors
Women and war
Woman
Women
Women sculptors
Provenance The sculpture was a gift of Anna Hyatt Huntington, the artist and a member of the National Woman's Party. The program for the unveiling of the statue (unveiled by Stephanie Saunders and Laurie Birch of Carmel, New York) took place on May, 1963 at the Alva Belmont House. (The Alva Belmont House was renamed the Sewall-Belmont House in 1972 when it was placed on the National Register.)