Ives Chauny

Chauncey Bradley Ives (December 14, 1810–1894) was a prolific American sculptor who worked primarily in the Neo-classic style. His best known works are the marble statues of Jonathan Trumbull and Roger Sherman enshrined in the National Statuary Hall Collection.
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Chauncey B. Ives, Undine Rising from the Waters c. 1880/ 1892 Marble Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven

Chauncey B. Ives, Undine Rising from the Waters c. 1892 Marble Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven

Chauncey B. Ives, Rebecca at the Well, 1866, Marble, 127 x 41,9 x 41,9 cm, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Chauncey B. Ives, Rebecca at the Well, Marble, 127 x x cm, The…

Undine - Chauncey Bradley

Full sized sculpture of "Undine" the water sprite by Chauncey Bradley Ives—marble. Located at the National Portrait Gallery.

Chauncey Bradley Ives (American/Italian, 1810-1894), "Sans Souci", Carrara marble sculpture

Chauncey Bradley Ives (American/Italian, 1810-1894), "Sans Souci", Carrara marble sculpture

Chauncey B. Ives, Pandora c. 1863 Marble, height 95 cm Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Chauncey Bradley Ives: "Pandora", c. Marble, height 95 cm, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Chauncey B. Ives, Isaac Newton Phelps, 1854, Marble, 78,1 x 53,3 x 25,4 cm, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Chauncey B. Ives, Isaac Newton Phelps, 1854, Marble, 78,1 x 53,3 x 25,4 cm, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

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