- Fré·dé·ric Au·guste [frey-dey-reek oh-gyst] /freɪ deɪˈrik oʊˈgüst/, 1834–1904, French sculptor who designed the Statue of Liberty.
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Bartholdi cherished and valued the physical world, as he made quite clear in his letters and diaries.
To Bartholdi, his statue meant a commemoration of Liberty attained.
A foreigner such as Bartholdi viewed the abolition of slavery as Liberty achieved in the United States.
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And Bartholdi made the statue and it's a present from France.Sunny Boy in the Big City
Ramy Allison White
We had just passed Bartholdi's statue of "Liberty," and it seemed as if France were not very far off.Jonathan and His Continent
On either side the shores fell away from us, leaving Bartholdi's statue, for a brief moment, the dominant note in the scene.Aliens
All one day long the cheek of New York was flushed with excitement over the arrival of the Bartholdi statue.
The Bartholdi statue, as we read and heard, and talked about it, became an inspired impulse to fine art in America.
- Frédéric August . 1834–1904, French sculptor and architect, who designed (1884) the Statue of Liberty