Augustus Saint-Gaudens’ Diana statue - all 13 feet and 1 inch of her – perfectly shrunk down into a gold-plated lapel pin for you to wear every day.
No trip to the Philadelphia Museum of Art is complete without marveling at Saint-Gaudens’ Diana statue, which graces the top of Great Stair Hall.
Diana is arguably the best-known work of Augustus Saint-Gaudens, who was recognized at the turn of the century as the country’s finest sculptor. When installed in 1893 on the tower of New York’s Madison Square Garden to serve as a weather vane, Diana ruled the highest point in Manhattan. The sculpture’s gilded form caught the sun during the day and was illuminated at night by the city’s first electric floodlights.
Madison Square Garden was demolished in 1925 and the Philadelphia Museum of Art adopted the sculpture in 1932. Diana has reigned as the goddess of the Museum’s Great Stair Hall ever since.
- Museum Exclusive
- Measures 2" x 1.5"
- Gold plated
- Black rubber clutch back
- On paper story card
- Wipe clean with a damp cloth and dry with a soft, clean cloth
- WARNING: Small Parts. Not suitable for children under 3 years of age as this product contains small parts which could pose a chocking hazard.