Edward Virginius Valentine
Edward Virginius Valentine (November 12, 1838 - October 19, 1930) was an American sculptor.
He was born on November 12, 1838 in Richmond, Virginia. He studied in Europe: in Paris with Couture and Jouffroy, in Italy under Bonanti, and with August Kiss in Berlin. He briefly headed the Valentine Richmond History Center, which was founded by his brother, Mann S. Valentine, Jr. he died on October 19, 1930 in Richmond, Virginia.
- Recumbent Lee, marble, Lexington, Virginia, 1875
- Stonewall Jackson Monument, bronze. Lexington Virginia, 1891
- Matthew Fontaine Maury http://www.civilwar.si.edu/navies_maury.html bronze, 1869
- Williams Carter Wickham Monument, bronze. Monroe Park, Richmond, Virginia, 1891
- Robert E. Lee, National Statuary Hall Collection from the state of Virginia, marble, United States Capitol, Washington D.C., 1909
- Thomas Jefferson, marble, Jefferson Hotel, Richmond, Virginia, 1894
- Jefferson Davis, Monument Avenue, bronze, Richmond, Virginia, 1907, and New Orleans, Louisiana, 1911
- John James Audubon, bronze, New Orleans, Louisiana, 1910
- Cocke, Edward J., Monumental New Orleans, LaFayette Publishers, New Orleans, 1968
- Opitz, Glenn B, Editor, Mantle Fielding’s Dictionary of American Painters, Sculptors & Engravers, Apollo Book, Poughkeepsie, NY, 1986
- Edward Virginius Valentine Sculpture Studio Timeline
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