Artist: Frederick William MacMonnies
Medium: Bronze
Location: The Commons

Frederick William MacMonnies was born in Brooklyn, New York, the son of a Scottish emigrant. As a boy he molded in clay and as a teen he carved in stone. By age 18 he was working for the studio of Augustus Saint-Gaudens.

In 1884 MacMonnies left for Paris intending to become a painter; however, once there, MacMonnies won several important European prizes as a Master Sculptor.

Pan of Rohallion is located in the walkway connecting the Guerrieri University Center and the Commons.