Horse Tamer Sculptures (Pittsburgh)

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Horse Tamer Sculptures
City of Pittsburgh Historic Object
Horse Tamer Sculptures (Pittsburgh) is located in Pittsburgh
Horse Tamer Sculptures (Pittsburgh)
Location of the Horse Tamer Sculptures in Pittsburgh
Location: Stanton Avenue entrance of Highland Park, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
Coordinates: 40°28′30.57″N 79°54′38.69″W / 40.4751583°N 79.9107472°W / 40.4751583; -79.9107472Coordinates: 40°28′30.57″N 79°54′38.69″W / 40.4751583°N 79.9107472°W / 40.4751583; -79.9107472
Built/Founded: 1900
City designated: [1]

The Horse Tamer Sculptures at the Stanton Avenue entrance of Highland Park in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, are sculpted statues by Giuseppe Moretti that were erected in 1900. These sculptures are on the List of City of Pittsburgh historic designations.[1] They were inspired by the famous Marly horses of France. [2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Local Historic Designations". Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation. Retrieved 2011-08-15. 
  2. ^ http://historicaldilettante.blogspot.com/2012/07/marly-horses-and-pittsburgh-horses.html