Augustus Saint-Gaudens produced numerous public monuments, funeral memorials, allegorical figures, statues of famous Americans, and bas-relief portraits of cultural leaders and other Gilded Age elites. Many of his sculptures exist in multiple versions and sizes. The Freer bronzes are unusual in that the collector did not want other copies of the sculptures in circulation. Copies of many of Saint-Gaudens’s most notable works are in Cornish, New Hampshire, the site of his studio and residence. It is now a national historic site administered by the National Park Service. Located in Washington, D.C., are the enigmatic Adams Memorial in Rock Creek Cemetery (pictured above) and a gilded plaster cast of the Robert Gould Shaw Memorial in the National Gallery of Art.