John Rogers Art Photos

John Rogers (1829-1904) a Massachusetts sculptor noted for mass market statuette groupings.

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Taking Oath & Drawing Rations plaster sculpture by John Rogers show woman taking oath of loyalty to Union to receive food for children at 1859 Jail Museum. Independence, MO.Taking the Oath & Drawing Rations bronze sculpture by John Rogers at Corcoran Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.Wounded Scout sculpture by John Rogers at Butler-McCook House Museum. Hartford, CT.Wounded to the Rear, One More Shot plaster sculpture by John Rogers at National Portrait Gallery. Washington, DC.
Taking Oath & Drawing Rations plaster sculpture (1865) by John Rogers show woman taking oath of loyalty to Union to receive food for children at 1859 Jail Museum. Independence, MO.Taking the Oath & Drawing Rations bronze sculpture (1866) by John Rogers at Corcoran Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.Wounded Scout sculpture by John Rogers at Butler-McCook House Museum. Hartford, CT.Wounded to the Rear, One More Shot plaster sculpture (1865) by John Rogers at National Portrait Gallery. Washington, DC.
Council of War sculpture by John Rogers at Union Pacific Railroad Museum. Council Bluffs, IA.Council of War plaster sculpture showing Lincoln, Grant & Stanton by John Rogers at Brooklyn Museum. Brooklyn, NY.Council of War plaster sculpture of Grant, Lincoln & Stanton by John Rogers at Toledo Museum of Art. Toledo, OH.Detail of U.S. Grant & A. Lincoln from Council of War sculpture by John Rogers at Toledo Museum of Art. Toledo, OH.
Council of War sculpture (1868) by John Rogers at Union Pacific Railroad Museum. Council Bluffs, IA.Council of War plaster sculpture (1868) showing Lincoln, Grant & Stanton by John Rogers at Brooklyn Museum. Brooklyn, NY.Council of War plaster sculpture of Grant, Lincoln & Stanton (after 1868) by John Rogers at Toledo Museum of Art. Toledo, OH.Detail of U.S. Grant & A. Lincoln from Council of War sculpture (after 1868) by John Rogers at Toledo Museum of Art. Toledo, OH.
Council of War plaster sculpture showing Lincoln, Grant & Stanton by John Rogers at National Portrait Gallery. Washington, DC.Fugitive's Story sculpture by John Rogers at Cincinnati Art Museum. Cincinnati, OH.Courtship in Sleepy Hollow: Ichabod Crane & Katrina van Tassel sculpture by John Rogers at Carnegie Museum of Art. Pittsburgh, PA.Coming to the Parson sculpture by John Rogers at Taft House NHS. Cincinnati, OH.
Council of War plaster sculpture (c1873) showing Lincoln, Grant & Stanton by John Rogers at National Portrait Gallery. Washington, DC.Fugitive's Story sculpture (1869) by John Rogers at Cincinnati Art Museum. Cincinnati, OH.Courtship in Sleepy Hollow: Ichabod Crane & Katrina van Tassel sculpture (1868) by John Rogers at Carnegie Museum of Art. Pittsburgh, PA.Coming to the Parson sculpture (1870) by John Rogers at Taft House NHS. Cincinnati, OH.
The Favored Scholar sculpture by John Rogers at Lyman Allyn Art Museum. New London, CT.The Photographer bronze sculpture by John Rogers sat Currier Museum of Art. Manchester, NH."Ha, I like not that" statuette scene from Shakespeare's Othello by John Rogers at Mobile Museum of Art. Mobile, AL.Brigadier General John Stark victor of Battle of Bennington statue by John Rogers & Robert Shure at Bennington Monument. Bennington, VT.
The Favored Scholar sculpture (1873) by John Rogers at Lyman Allyn Art Museum. New London, CT.The Photographer bronze sculpture (1878-9) by John Rogers sat Currier Museum of Art. Manchester, NH."Ha, I like not that" statuette (c1882) scene from Shakespeare's Othello by John Rogers at Mobile Museum of Art. Mobile, AL.Brigadier General John Stark (1728-1822) victor of Battle of Bennington statue (1889) by John Rogers & Robert Shure at Bennington Monument. Bennington, VT.
Brigadier General John Stark victor of Battle of Bennington statue by John Rogers & Robert Shure at Bennington Monument. Bennington, VT.


Brigadier General John Stark (1728-1822) victor of Battle of Bennington statue (1889) by John Rogers & Robert Shure at Bennington Monument. Bennington, VT.



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