Administered by St. Paul's School Art Center in Hargate 325 Pleasant Street Concord New Hampshire 03301
Located St. Paul's School Chapel Road Near South transept of The Chapel of Saints Peter & Paul Concord New Hampshire
1931. Dedicated June 4, 1931
Save Outdoor Sculpture, New Hampshire survey, 1994.
Index of American Sculpture, University of Delaware, 1985.
Image on file.
(On top of self base, proper right rear corner:) John Angel 1931 signed
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A full-length figure of St. Paul, barefoot and dressed in long robes, caught in a pose of addressing an unseen audience, with his proper right hand raised, palm outward. St. Paul has a beard, mustache, and long hair. His proper left foot is raised on its toes, as if he is about to stride forward. With his proper left hand, he grasps his robes near his proper left shoulder. He upper body is bent forward. The sculpture is set directly on the ground.