Garden Statue Of Children
Meet the Newest Bronze Animal Residents of the UVA Children's HospitalFebruary 19, 2018 - University of Virginia
The first statue in the garden was the bear and her cubs, a bronze created by William Turner, who also created the statues of two fighting stags by the Dell pond on Grounds. The statue of the bear and her cubs was donated by Barry Battle, a benefactor...
Statue makes improbable journey to local churchMarch 3, 2018 - The Northwest Florida Daily News
He was just 31 and had two young children. For Schuble, the statue represents an all-encompassing feeling of hope, comfort and love. "Every Sunday after church, I have to walk up and touch it," said Schuble, who returns home with her husband in mid...
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Girl ReadingSimon and Schuster. 2012
This stunningly original, kaleidoscopic novel is an inspired celebration of women reading and the artists who have caught them in the act—“a vivid portrait of a timeless subject” (Minneapolis Star Tribune). A young orphan poses for a Renaissance maestro in medieval Siena. A servant girl in seventeenth-century Amsterdam snatches a moment away from her work to lose herself in tales of knights and battles. An eighteenth-century female painter completes a portrait of a deceased poetess for her lover. A Victorian medium poses with a book in one of the first photographic studios. A girl suffering her first heartbreak witnesses intellectual and sexual awakening during the Great War. A young woman reading in a bar catches the eye of a young man who takes her picture. And in the not-so-distant...