Frederick Moynihan

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Frederick Moynihan was an American sculptor, born on the Isle of Guernsey in 1843 . He died at his in New York City studio on January 9, 1910.[1]

Moynihan studied at the Royal Academy in London before immigrating to the United States. He is best remembered for creating monuments commemorating the American Civil War.

Public monuments[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ American Art Annual, Volume 8. MacMillan Company. 1911. p. 400. 

References[edit]

  • DuPriest, Jr., James E. and Douglas O. Tice, Jr. Monument & Boulevard: Richmond's Grand Avenues, Richmond Discoveries, Richmond, Virginia, 1996
  • Falk, Peter Hastings, Editor, Who Was Who in American Art, Sound View Press, Madison Connecticut, 1985
  • Hardin, Evemarie, Syracuse Landmarks: An AIA Guide to Downtown and Historic Neighborhoods, Syracuse University Press, Syracuse, New York, 1993
  • Kerr, Jack, Monuments and Markers of the 29 States Engaged at Chickamauga and Chattanooga, Collegedale, TN: The College Press, n.d.
  • Mackay, James, The Dictionary of Sculptors in Bronze, Antique Collectors Club, Woodbridge, Suffolk 1977
  • Opitz, Glenn B, Editor, Mantle Fielding’s Dictionary of American Painters, Sculptors & Engravers, Apollo Book, Poughkeepsie NY, 1986