Robert Frost: Fire and Ice

Robert Frost: Fire and Ice

the Philadel- phia architect William Strickland, who routinely incorporated sculpture into the many new public build- ings he designed for the city. the time of Houdon's death in 1828, Philadelphia displayed a sculptural land- scape unmatched elsewhere in the new nation.
Philadelphia's William Rush,
who was once a carver of ship's
figureheads, executed this statue
of George Washington in 1S14.
"Vanity, Fame, Love and Robert Frost" by Donald Hall, in Commentary (Dec. 1977), 165...

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