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George R. Anthonisen

George Anthonisen
Hailed as “one of America’s outstanding figurative sculptors,” work by George Anthonisen deals primarily with the immutable essence of the individual person, the family, and human society in a changing world. His public works in permanent collections are considerably longer than the following: U. S. Capitol, Capitol Visitors Center (Emancipation Hall), Washington, DC; World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland; New York’s Carnegie Hall (Shorin Club Room); Philadelphia's Please Touch Museum, Woodmere Art Museum and Curtis Institute of Music; James A. Michener Art Museum, Doylestown, Pennsylvania; The Philip & Muriel Berman Museum of Art, Ursinus College, Collegeville Pennsylvania; Clark Atlanta University, Atlanta, Georgia; Center for Interfaith Relations, Louisville, Kentucky; Jackie Robinson Museum, New York, NY and more than two dozen other sites.
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