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Stephen Fuller Austin

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"Stephen Fuller Austin" by New Mexico based artist Glenna Goodacre is a sculpture comprised of two figures: an older and a younger Austin. The young one is seated in buckskins to the back of the older figure in swallowtails. Younger Austin holds a scroll. The piece has no base; it is placed on stone pavement. 

Accession#: 2001.GOO.1
Artist First Name: Glenna
Artist Last Name: Goodacre
More About Artist URL: http://www.glennagoodacre.com/
Related Site URL: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glenna_Goodacre
Type: statues
Media 1: bronze (metal)
Media 2: bronze (metal)
Dimensions: 85" x 65" x 60"
Completion Year: 1987
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Location Name: Convention Center Concourse between Meeting Rooms 207 and 208
Artwork Address: 200 Market St.
Zip Code: 78205
Point X: -98.486883
Point Y: 29.422727
Additional Directions: interior
Council District: 1
Map Point Color: Orange




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200 Market St.

Additional Directions: Convention Center Concourse between Meeting Rooms 207 and 208
interior

Stephen Fuller Austin

Artist: Glenna Goodacre
Details: statues, bronze (metal), bronze (metal)
Dimensions: 85" x 65" x 60"
Date completed: 1987
Description:
"Stephen Fuller Austin" by New Mexico based artist Glenna Goodacre is a sculpture comprised of two figures: an older and a younger Austin. The young one is seated in buckskins to the back of the older figure in swallowtails. Younger Austin holds a scroll. The piece has no base; it is placed on stone pavement. 


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