Carved in Stone / Cast in Bronze: Campus Sculptures at UT-Austin

     
The Mustangs   Alexander Phimister Proctor's Mustangs is one of the most distinctive and vibrant sculptures on campus. For many years, students draped the mustangs in a large net before the annual football game between the Longhorns and the SMU Mustangs. CN 10043; CN 10893
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Dedicated in 1927, Diana the Huntress stands at the quadrangle formed by Carothers, Andrews, Blanton, and Littlefield dormitories. Legend holds that sculptor Anna Hyatt Huntington used an 18-year-old Bette Davis as the model. CN 10894
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  Diana the Huntress
     
The Torchbearers   Cast in Italy, The Torchbearers has graced the south side of the Flawn Academic Center since 1963. The figures represent sculptor Charles Umlauf's conception of the teacher passing the torch of knowledge to the student. CN 10895
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The Family Group occupies a prominent place south of the McCombs School of Business. Sculptor Charles Umlauf's vision centered on the family as “the foundation upon which the world of business is built.” CN 10404
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George Washington   Pompeo Coppini's dramatic rendering of George Washington has been a prominent fixture on the south mall since 1955. Erected by the Daughters of the Republic of Texas, it was the first statue of Washington in the state. CN 10917; CN 10278
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