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note:These works are editioned cast bronzed by the studio of David and William Turner.
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website_1:http://www.norfolkva.gov/cultural_affairs/images/Botanical_Garden/Turner_fish_map.jpg
artist_name:David and William Turner
note:These works are editioned cast bronzed by the studio of David and William Turner.
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website_1:http://www.norfolkva.gov/cultural_affairs/images/Botanical_Garden/Turner_fish_map.jpg
artist_name:David and William Turner
note:These works are editioned cast bronzed by the studio of David and William Turner.
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website_1:http://www.norfolkva.gov/cultural_affairs/images/Botanical_Garden/Turner_pelican_map.jpg
artist_name:David and William Turner
note:These works are editioned cast bronzed by the studio of David and William Turner.
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website_1:http://www.norfolkva.gov/cultural_affairs/images/Botanical_Garden/Turner_frog_map.jpg
artist_name:David and William Turner
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website_1:http://www.norfolkva.gov/cultural_affairs/images/Botanical_Garden/Turner_otter_map.jpg
artist_name:David and William Turner
note:These works are editioned cast bronzed by the studio of David and William Turner.
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website_1:http://www.norfolkva.gov/cultural_affairs/images/Botanical_Garden/Turner_ducks_map.jpg
artist_name:David and William Turner
note:These works are editioned cast bronzed by the studio of David and William Turner.
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website_1:http://www.norfolkva.gov/cultural_affairs/images/Botanical_Garden/Turner_eagle_map.jpg
artist_name:David and William Turner
note:These works are editioned cast bronzed by the studio of David and William Turner.
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website_1:http://www.norfolkva.gov/cultural_affairs/images/Botanical_Garden/Turner_goose_map.jpg
artist_name:David and William Turner
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website_1:http://www.norfolkva.gov/cultural_affairs/images/Botanical_Garden/Maidens_Map.jpg
artist_name:Unknown
note:The work is a carved marble rendition of the classic Madonna and child theme, slightly less than life-sized.\n\n\nCataldi is a very well known Italian sculptor, whose work is still featured in group shows across Europe.
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website_1:http://www.norfolkva.gov/cultural_affairs/images/Botanical_Garden/Virgin_Child_Map.jpg
artist_name:Cataldi is a very well known Italian sculptor
note:The work is a cast bronze with deep chemical patina to create naturalistic coloring.\r\n\r\nIt sports three brass rods, hammered to resemble reeds.\r\n\r\nA signed original, it is the only Turner in the Garden not created in an edition and not a work attr
note_1:ibuted to both father and son.
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website_1:http://www.norfolkva.gov/cultural_affairs/images/Botanical_Garden/Hunters_Herons_Map.jpg
artist_name:A signed original
note:These are eleven, 7–foot, marble sculptures executed by Sir Moses Jacob Ezekiel in Rome for the William Wilson Corcoran to fill the niches on the original Corcoran Gallery (currently known as the Renwick Building) in Washington, DC. Each of the 11 works i
note_1:s a carved marble statue of a great figure in the classical Western civilization art canon. In 1901 when the Corcoran moved to a larger building, the sculptures were put up for sale. The sculptures first became the property of Evelyn Walsh, a Washington,
note_2:D.C. socialite who owned Friendship Estate. Walsh arranged the statues around her swimming pool. In 1949, the sculptures changed hands again, this time to an antique dealer in Richmond, Virginia. Next, Bruce Dunstan acquired six of the statues for his Ric
note_3:hmond estate, Broadview. Four of the other statues were purchased by another Richmonder, Vincent Speranza. The remaining statue of Thomas Crawford became property of the Virginia Museum of Fine Art. In 1963, Dunstan donated his six statues to the Norfolk
note_4:Botanical Garden. Through the efforts of Col. James Addison of Norfolk, a friend of Dunstan, the remaining statues were located and the owners persuaded to donate the works. Today the collection of all eleven sculptures can be seen in the 100 x 500 foot f
note_5:lowering Statuary Vista at the Norfolk Botanical Garden.
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website_1:http://www.norfolkva.gov/cultural_affairs/images/Botanical_Garden/Canova_Map.jpg
artist_name:Sir Moses Jacob Ezekiel
note:These are eleven, 7–foot, marble sculptures executed by Sir Moses Jacob Ezekiel in Rome for the William Wilson Corcoran to fill the niches on the original Corcoran Gallery (currently known as the Renwick Building) in Washington, DC. Each of the 11 works i
note_1:s a carved marble statue of a great figure in the classical Western civilization art canon. In 1901 when the Corcoran moved to a larger building, the sculptures were put up for sale. The sculptures first became the property of Evelyn Walsh, a Washington,
note_2:D.C. socialite who owned Friendship Estate. Walsh arranged the statues around her swimming pool. In 1949, the sculptures changed hands again, this time to an antique dealer in Richmond, Virginia. Next, Bruce Dunstan acquired six of the statues for his Ric
note_3:hmond estate, Broadview. Four of the other statues were purchased by another Richmonder, Vincent Speranza. The remaining statue of Thomas Crawford became property of the Virginia Museum of Fine Art. In 1963, Dunstan donated his six statues to the Norfolk
note_4:Botanical Garden. Through the efforts of Col. James Addison of Norfolk, a friend of Dunstan, the remaining statues were located and the owners persuaded to donate the works. Today the collection of all eleven sculptures can be seen in the 100 x 500 foot f
note_5:lowering Statuary Vista at the Norfolk Botanical Garden.
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website_1:http://www.norfolkva.gov/cultural_affairs/images/Botanical_Garden/DaVinci_Map.jpg
artist_name:Sir Moses Jacob Ezekiel