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Welcome to the Proctor Museum, a family foundation committed to sharing the art and life stories of Alexander Phimister Proctor.
Alexander Phimister Proctor
Proctor (1860 - 1950) is regarded as one of North America's finest animal and Western monumental sculptors from his time, celebrating both famous heroes and iconic figures.
A contemporary of Frederic Remington and Charles M. Russell, Proctor created General Robert E. Lee in Dallas; the Broncho Buster and On the War Trail in Denver's Civic Center Plaza; Theodore Roosevelt Roughrider in Portland, Oregon; the Princeton Tigers at the entrance to Nassau Hall on the University campus, and many more across the country.
During his lifetime, Proctor produced a substantial collection of smaller bronzes, many of which are displayed in our country's most prominent museums.
We encourage you to explore our site and discover for yourself the life and times of Proctor, and the legacy of art he left behind.