Rynhart Bronze Sculpture - Annie Moore, Cobh Sculpture by Jeanne Rynhart
This bronze sculpture replica of Jeanne Rynhart's Cobh, Co. Cork statue of Annie Moore and her brothers is available in two sizes (10.5" and 12.5" high). Annie Moore was the first emigrant to be processed in New York's Ellis Island facility when it opened on January 1, 1892. The 15 year-old immigrant had departed from Cobh, Co. Cork on December 20, 1891 and arrived on Ellis Island on the day of her 15th birthday. Jeanne Rynhart is best known for her statue of Molly Malone in Dublin's Grafton Street, her sculptures of Annie Moore in Cobh and Ellis Island as well as numerous other publicly-commissioned works. After an absence of several years from the market, we can now offer these faithful reproductions of the artist's works all handmade in County Cork.
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