• National Zoo: Springweiler Bas-Reliefs - Washington DC
    Erwin Springweiler designed the sculptures of elephants and mammoths above the interior doors in the Elephant House at National Zoo. The actual carving was done by Lombard & Ludwig, architectural sculptors, during construction of the Elephant House in 1936-37. These works were paid for by the Treasury Relief Arts Project (TRAP).    
  • National Zoo: Springweiler Sculpture - Washington DC
    Erwin Springweiler’s bronze statue, “Great Anteater,” was mounted at the National Zoo in 1938.  It stands in front of the Small Mammal House. Springweiler was able to work from a live anteater at the zoo and from skeletons and furs at the American Museum of Natural History.  The statue is six feet long and three feet high. It was funded by the Treasury Section of Fine Arts. The anteater statue was unveiled at the zoo on March 25, 1938, with a formal presentation to Dr. William M. Mann, director of the Zoo, and a speech by T. Edward Rowan, superintendent of painting and sculpture...
  • Post Office Relief - Manchester GA
    This mahogany relief, entitled "Game Bird Hunt," was completed by Erwin Springweiler with funds provided by the Treasury Section of Fine Arts. It was installed in 1941 in the city's historic post office building. The work was restored and moved to the current post office in 1981.
  • Post Office Sculpture - Highland Park MI
    "American Eagle" Medium: Stone