THE GREEN-AUDIGIER GALLERY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE'S FRANK H. McCLUNG MUSEUM in KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE

Original Photograph taken July 19th, 1998 DIANA WITH WOLFHOUNDS (left)
Harriett W. Frishmuth 1880-1980, American
Bronze
1921

     Represented is the Greco-Roman fertility and wood goddess, Diana, shown leaping above two running dogs. She carries her attribute, the bow. Pedestal is Italian green marble.

Gift of Frederick T. Bonham, 1958



STATUE OF AN ANGEL (right)
Artist Unknown
Wood, Gold Leaf, Oil Paints
Italian
15th Century (?)

     Hand carved wood figure, in the Italian 15th century style, was covered in gesso and then gold leaf. Type of statue made out of wood instead of marble for a niche in a church. Pedestal is Italian green marble.

Gift of Louis Bailey Audigier, 1934



We continue our VIRTUAL TOUR of
UT's Frank H. McClung Museum with the
Geology and Fossil History of Tennessee.

Original Photograph taken July 19th, 1998
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