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For other people named John Boyle, see John Boyle (disambiguation). Benjamin Franklin (1896-99), University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA. John J. Boyle (1851 New York City - February 10, 1917 New York City) was an American sculptor.[1][2] He studied at the Franklin Institute, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, and École des Beaux-Arts. He married Elizabeth Carroll, in Philadelphia, in 1882.[3] Contents 1 Selected works 2 Gallery 3 References 4 External links Selected works The Alarm, (Indian Alarm) (1884), Lincoln Park, Chicago, Illinois.[4] Stone Age in America (1887), Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.[5] Tammany, 42nd New York Infantry Memorial (1891), Gettysburg Battlefield, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Sir Francis Bacon (1894-96), Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.[6] Plato (1894-96), Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.[7] Benjamin Franklin (1896-99), University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. A replica was exhibited at the 1904 Louisiana Purchase Exposition in Saint Louis, Missouri.[8] Bust of Charles Lenning (1900), University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Savage Age in the Eastern Hemisphere (1901), Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, New York. The Savage Age in the Western Hemisphere (1901), Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, New York. Bust of James V. Brown (1907), James V. Brown Library, Williamsport, Pennsylvania.[9] John Christian Bullitt (1907), City Hall, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Rebecca at the Well (1908), Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.[10] Commodore John Barry (1911-14), Franklin Square, Washington, D.C.[11] Gallery Indian Alarm (1884), Lincoln Park, Chicago, IL. Stone Age in America (1887), Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, PA. Tammany, 42nd New York Infantry Memorial (1891), Gettysburg Battlefield, Gettysburg, PA. John Christian Bullitt (1907), City Hall, Philadelphia, PA. Commodore John Barry (1911-14), Franklin Square, Washington, DC. References ^ http://www.askart.com/askart/artist.aspx?artist=27359 ^ http://www.1911encyclopedia.org/John_J._Boyle ^ "John Boyle, Sculptor". The New York Times. February 11, 1917. http://query.nytimes.com/mem/archive-free/pdf?res=F70C13F93C5E11738DDDA80994DA405B878DF1D3.  ^ http://chicago-outdoor-sculptures.blogspot.com/2010/03/indian-alarm.html ^ http://fpaa.org/child/map_43_boy_sto.html ^ Sir Francis Bacon from Library of Congress. ^ Plato from Library of Congress. ^ http://atthefair.homestead.com/Misc/SculptureattheFair.html ^ James V. Brown Library ^ Rebecca at the Well ^ "Commodore John Barry, (sculpture)". SIRIS External links Wikisource has the text of the 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica article Boyle, John J.. http://www.arcadja.com/auctions/en/boyle_john_j_/artist/132914/