Cyrus Dallin Art Museum
611 Massachusetts Ave.
Arlington, MA 02474
Cyrus Dallin (1851-1944) was a celebrated, Utah-born
sculptor, educator, and Indigenous rights activist who lived and worked in
Arlington, Massachusetts for over forty years. Best known for his "Paul
Revere Monument" and "Appeal to the Great Spirit" in Boston,
Dallin's many public sculptures bring beauty and a unique historical
perspective to shared spaces across the nation. In the intimate setting of the
Cyrus Dallin Art Museum, visitors experience over ninety artworks spanning the
sculptor's sixty-year career.