Other sculptures depicting General Robert E. Lee
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Robert E. Lee in bronze
Robert E. Lee in white marble
Robert E. Lee in Pecanwood
General Robert E. Lee Relief in Bonded Pecanwood
General Robert E. Lee Relief in Marble
Desktop Sculpture of
General Robert E. Lee
The idea for the Lee relief was inspired by the famous Mathew Brady photograph taken of Lee three days after his surrender to General Grant at Appomattox. The photo was taken as Lee stood on the front porch of the home he and his wife were staying at in Richmond, Virginia.
The piece was sculpted in clay and a mold was then made from that. The relief was then cast in three mediums - cold cast Bronze, bonded Pecan wood and bonded White Marble.
All are mounted on solid Walnut which can be mounted on the wall or stood in a tripod as in the photograph
The relief of General Robert E. Lee was cast in three mediums, cold cast Bronze, pecanwood and also in White Marble.
The piece is 7 1/2 inches wide X 10 inches tall and has a brass nameplate which reads Gen. Robert E. Lee.
Cold Cast Bronze on Walnut edition - $125
Other pieces from the CIVIL WAR series
(click image to view details and images of the sculpture)
Irish Brigade Monument
in Bronze & bonded wood
Joshua Lawrence Chamverlain bust
in Bronze, White Marble & Pecanwood as well as figure at Little Round Top
Civil War Desktop Pieces
Chamberlain, Lee, Lincoln, Longstreet, Jackson
"Ordered to the Reer"
Woodcarvings on Civil War subjects
of John Rogers