Other sculptures depicting General Robert E. Lee
Robert E. Lee in bronze
Robert E. Lee in Pecanwood
General Robert E. Lee Relief in Bronze
General Robert E. Lee Relief in Bonded Pecanwood
General Robert E. Lee Relief in Marble
Desktop Sculpture of
General Robert E. Lee
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The imposing white marble edition of Randy Groves' sculpture of General Robert E. Lee is one of the most popular in the gallery of "the marble man."
The bust in white marble was first introduced at Gettysburg's History Meets The Arts 2005, attracting much attention.
Robert E. Lee entered west point in 1825 at the age of eighteen where he began a career that has never been rivalled. Always at the top of his class, in every class, in four years he did not accumulate a single demerit.
Neither a fault finder nor holier-than-thou he was enormously popular with his fellow cadets who referred to him as "The Marble Man." He served in higher cadet positions each year, and in his fourth term won the highest post West Point knew: Adjutant of the Corps of Cadets.
The bust of General Robert E. Lee was cast in three mediums, cold cast Bronze, pecanwood and also in White Marble. The Base is available in either grey Granite or Black Marble and Each has the Virginia State seal and a brass name plate, listing the title and edition number of the piece.
Dimensions of the piece are 10" high X 4 1/2 " wide X 3 1/2 " deep.
Edition inWhite Marble on Black Marble - $95
Edition in White Marble on Granite - $140
Other pieces from the CIVIL WAR series
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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
Woodcarvings on Civil War subjects
of John Rogers