Major General Philip Kearny (1814-1862) by Edward Clark Potter (1914) Control IAS 76007483



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Description This sculpture depicts Kearny on horseback, head turned to the proper right, his proper right arm is down, proper right hand holding the reins of his horse. He wears a Union Civil War uniform. Kearny was an amputee, and thus the cuff of his proper left sleeve is buttoned to the proper left front of his jacket. He wears a cap and has a goatee. His horse appears to be in mid-stride, with proper right front hoof and proper left rear hoof raised.

Save Outdoor Sculpture, Virginia survey, 1995.

Source: Inventories of American Painting and Sculpture, Smithsonian American Art Museum, P.O. Box 37012, MRC 970, Washington, D.C. 20013-7012

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Located Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia

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Date 6 November 2010(2010-11-06), 16:38:38
Source originally posted to Flickr as Major General Philip Kearny (1814-1862) by Edward Clark Potter (1914) [Control #IAS 76007483]
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