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~ This Gallery celebrates Hermon Atkins MacNeil, American sculptor of the Beaux Arts School. MacNeil led a generation of sculptors in capturing many fading Native American images and American history in the realism of this classic style.

~ World’s Fairs, statues, public monuments, coins, and buildings across to country. Hot-links (on the lower right) lead to photos & info of works by MacNeil.

~ Hundreds of stories and photos posted here form this virtual MacNeil Gallery of works all across the U.S.A.  New York to New Mexico — Oregon to South Carolina.

~ 2016 marked the 150th Anniversary of Hermon MacNeil’s birth on February 27,

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This website seeks to transport you through miles and years with a few quick clicks of a mouse or keyboard or finger swipes on an iPad.

Perhaps you walk or drive by one of MacNeil's many sculptures daily. Here you can gain awareness of this artist and his works.

For over one hundred years his sculptures have graced our parks, boulevards, and parkways; buildings, memorials, and gardens; campuses, capitols, and civic centers; museums, coinage, and private collections.

Maybe there are some near you!

Dec
21

C. Daughtrey Issues Hermon A. MacNeil Commemorative

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Charles D. Daughtrey has released his beautiful commemorative of Hermon Atkins MacNeil.   The art piece is the seventh in Daughtrey’s series of coin designers.  In striking pencil sketch, he has depicted both the face of the young artist and his original Standing Liberty Quarter design.   H. A. MacNeil was the designer of the Standing Liberty Quarter dollar minted from 1916 to 1930.

Hermon A. MacNeil Commemorative by Artist C. Daughtrey is available at http://www.cdaughtrey.com/

Daughtrey has combined his multiple talents as artist, photographer, and numismatic author in this gentle tribute.   He portrays a younger MacNeil  than is typically seen in likenesses of the sculptor.  The effect is refreshing, crisp, and striking.  While we have a definite bias here at hermonatkinsmacneil.com , this seventh offering in Daughtrey’s ‘Coin Designer Series’ seems to us to be the best of a fine succession of his tributes. We wish him well and ‘good health’ as he continues his work in the future.

Daughtrey has created 250 (11″ X 14″) prints available from his website.  The works are signed and ready for shipping.  In a recent email Daughtrey informed us, I send them in a hard tube for the purchaser to have matted and framed to their liking.”

Charles specializes in copper coins and began sketching his Coin Designer Series of pencil sketches in 2005 when he need a suitable likeness of Victor David Brenner, the designer of the Lincoln Cent.  This and all seven commemorative works are available for purchase at Charles Daughtrey’s art gallery (website #1 below).

Charles Daughtrey sketched this portrait of Victor David Brenner in 2005 when he could not find a suitable likeness of the sculptor. It became the first of the series.

Related links and posts available at the following sites:

1. Charles Daughtrey’s art gallery: http://www.cdaughtrey.com/

2. Copper Coins: http://www.coppercoins.com/

3. Lincoln Cent site: http://www.lincolncent.com/links.php

4. Archived posts fro SLQ on this website:  https://hermonatkinsmacneil.com/category/coins-and-medals/

5. Jay Cline’s SLQ website:   http://www.slqs.com/

6. SLQ archive on this site: https://hermonatkinsmacneil.com/category/coins-and-medals/

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WHAT YOU FIND HERE.

Nearby or far away, there is no ONE place to go and appreciate this wide range of art pieces. Located in cities from east to west coast, found indoors and out, public and hidden, these creations point us toward the history and values in which our lives as Americans have taken root.

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WE DESIRE YOUR DIGITAL PHOTOS – Suggestions

1. Take digital photos of the entire work from several angles, including the surroundings.
2. Take close up photos of details that capture your imagination.
3. Look for MacNeil’s signature, often on bronze works. Photograph it too! See examples above.
4. Please, include a photo of yourself and/or those with you standing beside the work.
5. Add your comments or a blog of your adventure. It adds personal interest for viewers.
6. Send photos to HAMacNeil@gmail.com Contact me there with any questions. ~~ Webmaster