|Birth: ||Sep. 23, 1860|
|Death: ||Feb. 10, 1957|
Eli Harvey, artist and sculptor
Eli Harvey, internationally known artist and sculptor, was born Sept. 23, 1860, near Springfield Friends Meeting in Clinton County, and died Feb. 10, 1957, at his home and studio in Alhambra, Calif. His ashes are buried at the Harvey family lot in Springfield Friends Cemetery.
Before his death, Harvey gave many of his paintings and bronzes to the historical society.
The collection of paintings and sculpture shown in the gallery at Rombach Place are by Harvey including a bronze copy of a bull elk, symbol of the Order of Elks, commissioned in 1904.
Specializing in the sculpture of animals, Harvey's credits include Brown University's mascot, "Brown bear," the J.C. Penney bull for mail order merchant James C. Penney, and decorations for the lion house at the New York Zoological Park.
William Penn Harvey (1828 - 1917)
Nancy Moore Harvey (1829 - 1898)
Edith J. James Harvey (1886 - 1978)
Grace G. Harvey Harvey (1867 - 1924)*
Sarah Ann Harvey (1856 - 1892)*
Willis Harvey (1858 - 1893)*
Eli Harvey (1860 - 1957)
Joshua Harvey (1861 - 1954)*
James Harvey (1867 - 1948)*
Springfield Friends Cemetery
Created by: Becky Rudd
Record added: Apr 22, 2008
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