sculpture of Enid Yandell

J.B. Speed Art Museum, September 28-December 14, 1993
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Yandell, Enid -- Exhibitions., J.B. Speed Art Museum -- Exhibitions., Sculpture -- Kentucky -- Louisville -- Exhibit

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Statementessay and catalogue entries by Stephanie Darst.
ContributionsYandell, Enid., J.B. Speed Art Museum.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsNB237.Y36 A4 1993
The Physical Object
Paginationiii, 28 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1438822M
LC Control Number93061176

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She began her career when sculpture was considered. Enid Yandell: Kentucky's pioneer sculptor / Juilee Decker. Format Book Published Lexington, Kentucky: University Press of Kentucky, [] Description ix, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm Series Topics in Kentucky history Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.

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Summary. The Filson Historical Society’s Enid Yandell Collection contains a wealth of information on this fascinating early-twentieth-century artist. Our current exhibit “Enid Yandell: Sculpting a Legacy” was culled from two hundred eighty-four photographs, cubic feet of personal papers, and works of art from The Filson collection, as well as pieces on loan from local collectors.

In Yandell was among the first women to be selected for membership in the National Sculpture Society, the sculpture of Enid Yandell book organization of professional sculptors formed in the United States. Presented to coincide with the th anniversary of her birth, this study demonstrates the ways in which Yandell was a pioneer and draws attention to her legacy.

October marks the th birthday of Louisville-born and nationally-renowned sculptor Enid Yandell. To celebrate this milestone, and the publication of a new biography of Yandell by Juliee Decker, the Speed is presenting a fresh look at Yandell’s career. Comprised of works drawn from the Speed’s permanent collection and private loans, Kentucky.

Louisville-born and nationally renowned sculptor Enid Yandell () was ahead of her time. She began her career when sculpture was considered too physical, too messy, and too masculine for women. Yandell challenged the gender norms of early-twentieth-century artistic practice and became an award-winning sculptor, independent artist, and activist for women's suffrage.

Yandell grew up on Broadway and in her youth attended the Southern Exposition, where visitors could view works of art at a time when Louisville did not have an art museum of its own, says Juilee Decker, author of Enid Yandell: Kentucky’s Pioneer Sculptor.

Daniel Boone sculpture by Enid Yandell in Cherokee Park, Louisville, Kentucky, View Description. Download: small (x max) medium (x max) Large. Extra Large. large (> x) Full Resolution. Description: Date based on a reproduction of this photo annotated by Yandell "Paris Dec.

" The reproduction has also been scanned, as item This item should be viewed with item Shows Yandell posing at the feet of the monumental sculpture. Creator: Unidentified. Forms part of: Enid Yandell papers, circa circa Enid Yandell Lecture & Birthday Bash, featuring a talk from Dr.

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Juilee Decker, author of a forthcoming book “Enid Yandell: Kentucky’s Pioneer Sculptor” — Filson Historical Society, Oct. 3 Speed Reading Book Club: “Three Girls in a Flat” — Speed Art Museum, Nov.

Enid Yandell (October 6, - J ) was an American sculptor who studied with Auguste Rodin and Frederick William MacMonnies. She created numerous portraits, garden pieces and small works as well as public monuments.

Yandell also studied in Paris and kept a studio there. Enid Yandell’s fame has spread internationally, but she will always be known in Kentucky as their home grown sculptor.

Her papers reveal just how significant she is in the history of American sculpture. Deborah C. Pollack is an art dealer, award-winning author, and. It’s of Enid Yandell, an international sculptor and humanitarian from Louisville who died at the age of 64 in For the last 20 years, Yates has split her time between Kentucky and Costa Rica, but on this visit she has vowed to stay in Louisville until she completes a bronze sculpture of Yandell and sees it installed in a public space.

Enid Yandell executed various memorials, including the Emma Willard Memorial in Albany, the Hogan Fountain in Louisville, the Mayer Lewis Monument in New Haven and other fountains and busts.

She was one of the first women members of the National Sculpture Society, and her sculpture "The Five Senses" was in the Armory Show in New York City. A significant collection of Enid Yandell’s sculptures are in the Speed Museum collection. Her 9-foot tall sculpture of Daniel Boone was cast in bronze and stands in Louisville’s Cherokee Park; another casting of the Boone statue was made in and is displayed on the campus of Eastern Kentucky University.

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Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. The concept of the figurine, a miniature full-figure sculpture, was new to America when Enid Yandell created The Gibson Girl in Yandell, a Louisville native who studied and often worked in France, was credited with popularizing the form in the States by American newspapers.

An Courier-Journal article describing excavations near Thebes of small-scale. •Speed Reading Book Club, Speed Art Museum; Nov. 23; a.m. Part book discussion of “Three Girls in a Flat,” co-authored by Yandell, and part gallery tour of Yandell.

Electronic book text. Pages. $ USD. Enid Yandell (October 6, – J ) was an American sculptor from Louisville, Kentucky who studied with Auguste Rodin and Frederick William l created numerous portraits, garden pieces and small works as well as public monuments.

The sculpture collection at Speed Art Museum in her hometown includes a large number of her works in plaster. Several decades ago, I became aware of the work and life of Enid Yandell, a Kentucky-born, Paris educated sculptor whose statues I used to see at various ceremonial points in Louisville.

This early twentieth-century woman artist, although acclaimed in her time, seemed to be forgotten. Yandell was one of a group of talented women artists who were asked to contribute work to the Women's Building. Enid Yandell bus tour — Filson Historical Society, Sept.

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