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Gutzon Borglum

Bor·glum

 (bôr′gləm), Gutzon Originally John Gutzon de la Mothe Borglum. 1867-1941.
American sculptor noted for his monumental works, particularly the presidential busts on Mount Rushmore.

Borglum

(ˈbɔːɡləm)
n
(Biography) (John) Gutzon (ˈɡʌtsən). 1867–1941, US sculptor, noted for his monumental busts of US presidents carved in the mountainside of Mount Rushmore

Bor•glum

(ˈbɔr gləm)

n.
John Gutzon, 1867–1941, U.S. sculptor.
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In the Black Hills of Dakota, it took sculptor Gutzon Borglum 14 years to carve four 60-feet high of former presidents out of granite.
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Despite isolation, spring blizzards, summer heat, and the unpredictable moods and fortunes of master sculptor Gutzon Borglum, Arthur Cerasani manages to connect with the carvers of the great monument and grow as an artist.
Along with private art tutors--including Mount Rushmore sculptor, Gutzon Borglum (1867-1941)--Hoffman studied at the The Art Students League.
Lincoln Borglum finished carving the Mount Rushmore sculpture.
Sfortunatamente, i numerosi documenti sulla vita e sulla carriera di Gutzon Borglum (1867-1941)--lo scultore responsabile del progetto Mount Rushmore e diretto supervisore di Del Bianco--contenuti in 190 scatole rinvenute da Caesar e Lou Del Bianco nel corso delle loro ricerche presso la Library of Congress, hanno lasciato tracce flebili in Carving a Niche for Himself.
On which mountain did Gutzon Borglum carve the heads of four US presidents?
Agerbo E, Sullivan PF, Vilhjalmsson BJ, Pedersen CB, Mors O, Borglum AD, et al.
This bronze sculpture by Gutzon Borglum was dedicated in November 1908 in the presence of many national dignitaries.