Historical Sculptures and monuments by Ron Tunison
P.O. Box 141, Cairo, New York, 12413 - Tel. (518) 622-3508 email

RON TUNISON
Fine Bronze Monuments

Sculptor Ron Tunison with The Gen. Samuel W. Crawford Monument

The Gen. Samuel W. Crawford Monument

Dedicated in 1988
Larger than life-size bronze
Located on the Gettysburg National Battlefield
near Little Round Top
Gettysburg, Pennsylvania

Sculptor RON TUNISON stands to the right


The Friend to Friend Masonic Memorial

Sculpted by RON TUNISON
Dedicated in 1993
A larger than life-size polychrome bronze
Located in the National Cemetery Annex
off Steinwehr Avenue in Gettysburg, PA

The bronze depicts wounded Confederate
Gen. Armistead placing his pocket watch in
the hand of Union Captain Bingham with
instructions to deliver it back home to his family.

The Friend to Friend Masonic Memorial
Close up of The Friend to Friend Memorial


Close-up of
The Friend to Friend Memorial

Sculpted by RON TUNISON

Rear view of The Friend to Friend Memorial


Rear View of
The Friend to Friend Memorial
Sculpted by RON TUNISON

   
The Delaware State Monument

Sculpted by RON TUNISON
Dedicated in 2000
Located on Gettysburg, PA National Battlefield on the Tanneytown Road, near the Cyclorama
This 5’ x 6’ bronze bas relief depicts
the 1st and 2nd Delaware Volunteers as
they are engaged in a countercharge against
the left flank of Pickett’s Charge. It is set
in a 21 ton granite stone.

The Delaware State Monument
Below are close-up views of The Delaware Monument
by RON TUNISON
Close up view of The Delaware Monument
Close up view of The Delaware Monument
Close up view of The Delaware Monument
   
The Irish Brigade Monument

Sculpted by RON TUNISON
Dedicated in 1997
Located on the Antietam, MD National Battlefield
The monument is set with two bronze bas reliefs.
One features the 69th NY Color Guard as it charges Confederate troops at Bloody Lane on the facing side. On the reverse side is a portrait of Gen. Meagher, the Commander of the Irish Brigade.
Both bronze bas reliefs are set in a 20 ton tablet of Grey Irish granite imported from County Wicklow
In Ireland.

The Irish Brigade Monument
Reverse side of The Irish Brigade Monument by TUNISON
with close-ups of Gen. Meagher showing details.
Reverse side of The Irish Brigade Monument by TUNISON
Reverse side of The Irish Brigade Monument by TUNISON
Reverse side of The Irish Brigade Monument by TUNISON
Close-up views of the facing side of The Irish Brigade Monument at Antietam National Battlefield, Maryland by sculptor RON TUNISON.
Close-up views of the facing side of The Irish Brigade Monument
Close-up views of the facing side of The Irish Brigade Monument


Close-up views of the facing side of The Irish Brigade Monument

     
The Bivouac

Sculpted by RON TUNISON
Dedicated in 1999
The bronze monument is a life-size sculpture of two soldiers just off the march about to enjoy a simple meal. They could be from either side of the opposing armies in the Civil War.
The monument is at the entryway of The Museum of the Civil War Soldier at Pamplin Historical Park near Petersburg, Virginia.

Close-up views and TUNISON with the clay.

The Bivouac

Close-up of The Bivouac
Close-up of The Bivouac
TUNISON with the clay
The Gettysburg Civil War Women’s Memorial

Sculpted by RON TUNISON
Dedicated in 2002
A larger than life-size bronze of Elizabeth Thorn
Located near the gatehouse of Evergreen Cemetery
in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.
Elizabeth Thorn was six months pregnant when
she buried over 90 soldiers following the battle
of Gettysburg, PA. Thorn was chosen to represent
all women who served in various capacities during
the Civil War.

Photo shows sculptor Ron Tunison working in
his studio on part of the clay for the GCWWM.

Ron Tunison working in his studio on part of the clay for the GCWWM.
Elizabeth Thorn in The Gettysburg Civil War Women's Memorial

Close-up detail of the Elizabeth Thorn bronze.

Ron Tunison with The Gettysburg Civil War Women's Memorial

TUNISON with his statue
at the dedication.


RON TUNISON considers all monument proposals. For information about commissions or to discuss your sculpture project please write or call Ron Tunison at his company

HISTORICAL SCULPTURES
P.O. Box 141
Cairo, New York 12413
Tel. (518) 622-3508

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