RUMSEY, Charles Cary [1879-1922] -- American sculptor
Known for his bronze statues of race horses.
During World War I he was a captain of cavalry;
he was also a well-known polo player.
Among his principle works are
Pizarro and Dying Indian.
Bookmarks (off-site links)
- Works by
- Works about
- Specific periods, events, aspects
- Buffalo & Erie County Historical Society Museum Designed by Cary's uncle, George Cary. The site includes Charles' The Cenraur, which is pictured here.
- February 1, 1996-Vol27n16: Rumsey's work in Albright-Knox
- Memorials, tributes, shrines
- Rumsey- Description plans to conserve and recast three large bas-relief panels produced by the late Buffalo sculptor Charles Cary Rumsey
- Bibliographies and Link Farms
- Historical context, background