Frederick Moynihan

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

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

Public monuments[edit]

Griffin A. Stedman Monument


H.M.S Eurydice Memorial 1878


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


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