Robert Burns / Scotland's Immortal Bard

© Photographed March 28, 2015
Erected 1909 by James Anderson Bryden
Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin
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[south side]

[west side]
The poetic genius
of my country found
me at the plough and
their new inspiiring
mantle over he

[north side]
The gift of
James Anderson
A native of Scotland
to the
City of his Adoption

[east side]
From scenes like
these Old Scotia's
Grandeur Springs

Robert Burns / Scotland's Immortal Bard is located at Burns Commons at the V-intersection of North Franklin Place and North Prospect Avenue / Wisconsin Highway 31, at or near 1249 North Franklin Place, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202.

On Milwaukee (Dec. 30, 2013): Burns statue salutes "Auld Lang Syne" creator, by Bobby Tanzilo

Robert Burns Club of Milwaukee

Welcome to Burns Country

The Official Gateway to Scotland: The History and Words of Auld Lang Syne

Wikipedia: Robert Burns

See also, First Ward Triangle, also at this location.

The statue is the focal point of Burns Commons.

Scottish National Portrait Gallery: This half-length portrait of Burns, framed within an oval, has become the most well-known and widely reproduced image of the famous Scottish poet. Nasmyth's painting, commissioned by the publisher William Creech, was to be engraved for a new edition of Burn's poems. He is shown fashionably dressed against a landscape, evoking his rural background in Alloway, Ayrshire. Burns and Nasmyth had become good friends, having been introduced to one another in Edinburgh by a mutual patron, Patrick Miller of Dalswinton. Nasmyth, pleased to have recorded Burns' likeness convincingly, decided to leave the painting in a slightly unfinished state.
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The west side of the monument.

The west (to the left) and south sides of the monument.

The north side of the monument.

Looking north along North Franklin Place (to the left) and
North Prospect Avenue (to the right), Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

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