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Eli Harvey

1860 - 1957
Sculptor
Origin: United States
Born: September 23, 1860, Ogden, Ohio
Died: February 10, 1957, Alhambra, California

Eli Harvey was born in Ogden, Ohio on September 23, 1860 and died in Alhambra, California on February 10, 1957. He studied at the Art Institute of Cincinnati in Ohio and the Academies Julian and Delecluse in Paris, France. Harvey lived and worked in New York City until he moved to Alhambra, California in the late 1920s. Some of his best-known works is the lion sculptures at the Bronx Zoo, The Elk bronze for the Order of Elks and the bear mascot for Brown University. Works of art by Harvey at the National Museum of Wildlife Art are: Bull Elk, REX; A Lion and his Prey, American Bison, and Lion and Pigeon.

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Lion and Pigeon
1900, White Marble and Onyx Base
Eli Harvey
United States, 1860 - 1957
Stalking Panther
1899; 1908, Bronze
Eli Harvey
United States, 1860 - 1957