More the you can imagine form the entry garden. If you like heroic sculpture of the late 19th century this is the place. The pieces on the front lawn don't speak to the material in the grand hall where many of his works are captured in their plaster ear;y versions. You can also view his work shop and a video about a current sculptor showing methods. There is a charming garden with much statuary in the back of the build. It was well worth our three mile hike to see this
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