Historical Sculptures and monuments by Ron Tunison
P.O. Box 141, Cairo, New York, 12413 - TEL (518) 622-3508 email

Sculpting Commissions


Golf Links to the Past, Inc. commissioned this 14” figure in clay, cast in bronze of golf legend, Bobby Jones.

Golf Legend Ben Hogan

Golf Legend Bobby Jones

Patrick Cleburne Society, Life-size bronze statue of Confederate General Patrick Cleburne for the Ringgold Battlefield in Georgia.
(Work in progress)
The Gettysburg Civil War Women’s Memorial of Elizabeth Thorn. Dedicated on 11/16/02, the statue commemorates all women who served in the war effort.

Golf Links to the Past, Inc. commissioned three collectible size bronze statues; a double bust of Robert T. Jones, Sr. and Jr., a 15” tall bronze of A.W. Tillinghast, and one of Alister McKenzie for the Cordevalle, CA golf course.

Bronze bust of Robert T. Jones, Sr. and Jr.

‘The Delaware State Monument’, a bas-relief bronze measuring five-feet by six- feet and set in granite. The bas-relief depicts the Delaware troops at the Battle of Gettysburg. Dedicated April 2000 at the Gettysburg National Military Park.
The Commodore John Barry trophy. This 13” bronze statue was set on an engraved base and presented as the winning trophy for the U.S. Navy Annual Golf Tournament.
‘The Bivouac was installed at the entrance to The Museum of the Civil War Soldier at Pamplin Historical Park near Petersburg, VA. This life-size bronze portrays two infantry soldiers of the Civil War resting at camp at meal time. It was dedicated in May 1999.

Golf Legend, Ben Hogan, a 14” tall bronze statue was commissioned by Golf Links to the Past, Inc.

The Irish Brigade Monument, a bas-relief measuring four-feet by six-feet was completed and permanently installed at Bloody Lane on the Antietam, MD National Battlefield. The bronze casting was set in granite on the facing side. On the reverse side is another original Tunison bas-relief of the Commander of the Irish Brigade, General Meagher. The dedication date was October, 1997.
The Friend to Friend Masonic Memorial was completed and permanently installed in the annex to the National Cemetery in Gettysburg, PA near the place where Abraham Lincoln delivered his famous Gettysburg Address. This larger than life-size bronze statue, with each figure measuring eight-feet depicts an historically documented incident between Gen. Lewis Armistead, C.S.A., and Capt. Henry Bingham, U.S.A. It was dedicated on August 21, 1993.

The General Samuel W. Crawford Monument was completed and installed near Little Round Top on the Gettysburg , PA National Battlefield. It measures twelve-feet in height and commemorates the Civil War general at the place where he actually stood during the battle of Gettysburg.. It was dedicated on June 25, 1988.

Close-up detail of The General Samuel W. Crawford Monument by Sculptor Ron Tunison (Gettysburg National Battlefield)


The American Print Gallery of Gettysburg commissioned a Tunison sculpture for the Virginia Military Institute that was a bronze equestrian in a collectible size measuring approximately 13” of Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson at their last meeting at the battle of Chancellorsville, VA in 1863.

" The Last Meeting" of Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson

The American Print Gallery of Gettysburg commissioned four Civil War related statues featuring the historic personalities of Nathan B. Forrest, Buford and Reynolds, Pickett and Longstreet, and John Mosby. These were cast in a limited edition.
The Franklin Mint of Pennsylvania commissioned a sculpture of Davy Crockett to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the Battle of the Alamo. The sculpture measured 12” in height.
Deerfoot Lodge Christian Boys Camp commissioned a bronze bas-relief
memorial plaque measuring three-feet by four-feet commemorating the
founders of their camp on Whittaker Lake in the Adirondack Mts. of New York State.
The Avon Cosmetic Company commissioned a 12” high statue of the first Avon Lady.
1970 – 1980

The Gale Research Company of Detroit, Michigan commissioned a series of figures and life-size busts of illustrious literary personalities among which were Mark Twain, Robert Frost, Abraham Lincoln, Lewis Carroll, Henry David Thoreau, Herman Melville, to name a few.

Henry Thoreau, Bas-Relief Plaque
Henry Thoreau, Bas-Relief Plaque

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Cairo, New York 12413
TEL. (518) 622-3508

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