Anna Hyatt Huntington (1876-1973) was an American sculptress born in Cambridge, Massachusetts. From an early age, Huntington was encouraged by her father to develop and hone her artistic talents.
The upper tier of all three gardens reopened on November 11 – the Museum’s 56th anniversary! Although the lower spaces must continue to stay closed, you will be able to visit the Cummer Oak and see Diana of the Hunt and some of our other sculptures.
The cleaning and conservation of Diana of the Hunt, a bronze sculpture by Anna Hyatt Huntington is currently under way in the Cummer Gardens.
The sculpture was a gift from Huntington to the Museum…
By Guest Blogger Megan Belcher The stretch of cold weather should be no deterrent to visiting the Cummer Gardens. Even when the landscape isn’t awash in blooms, there is still beauty to be found throughout this idyllic space on the bank of the St. Johns River. The mythical “Diana of the Hunt” beckons us to […]
Diana, huntress, defender of the forest, protector of virgins and women, guardian of the weak and vulnerable, emblem of chastity, archetype of femininity and feminism, twin to Apollo, and lunar goddess.
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