59.1 x 35.6 x 1.9 cm (23.25 x 14 x 0.75 inches)
Cast metal relief of a chapel, mounted on wood, created by American sculptor Robert C. Koepnick (1907-1995). Koepnick was born in Dayton, Ohio and educated in art at the School of the Dayton Art Institute and later at the Cranbrook Academy of Art with Carl Milles, the famous Swedish sculptor. Except for three years of service with the Air Force during World War II, he taught sculpture at The Dayton Art Institute from 1934 to 1974. His work, in a variety of media, is exhibited across the nation. Massive works in cast aluminum can be found at the main Dayton Metro Library and at the gate of the Montgomery County Fairgrounds. Numerous local Catholic churches have some of his ecclesiastical pieces.
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Koepnick, Robert C., "Chapel" (2014). Campus Art in the University of Dayton Libraries. 11.
reliefs, sculptures, chapels