The Rotunda niche statues
Title:The Rotunda niche statues
Alternative Title:Utah State Capitol Rotunda photo album
Contributor:Capitol Preservation Board (Utah)
Publisher:Capitol Preservation Board (Utah)
Agency:Capitol Preservation Board
Date Published:2008
Pages:4 p.
Description:Photo album of the 11-foot bronze sculpture groups created by artists Eugene Daub, Robert Firmin, and Jonah Hendrickson found in the Utah State Capitol Rotunda. The sculptures feature an adult figure in each niche who gently mentors a youthful companion. Symbols proliferate each sculpture group as all the figures are designed to inspire future generations. They are collectively called by their creators "The Great Utahns." The four niches include the following sculptures: Arts and Education, Science and Technology, Land and Community, and Immigration and Settlement.
Type (DCMI):Text; Image; StillImage
Type (Utah):Photograph
Internet Media Type:application/pdf
Topic:Government; History and culture; Recreation and tourism
Subject (LCSH):Art--Exhibitions; Capitols--Buildings; Public buildings; Capitols--Design and construction
Place:Utah, United States,, 39.25024, -111.75103; Salt Lake County, Utah, United States,, 40.66758, -111.92403; Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah, United States,, 40.76078, -111.89105; Utah State Capitol, Salt Lake County, Utah, United States,, 40.77735, -111.88812
Rights:Copyright © 2008 Utah State Capitol Preservation Board.
Collection:Utah State Publications
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Document ID:55240

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