Guerin was a muralist as well, having a number of his American Renaissance murals installed here and there, including the north and south chambers of the Lincoln Memorial in DC, depicting angelic intervention in the Civil War and emancipation of the slaves. Here are two of his monumental figure studies for those murals:
Guerin also rendered this architectural design for architects McKim, Meade & White of the triumphal Arch of the Rising Sun, situated in the Court of the Universe at the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition at San Francisco:
And this is a photograph of the arch in the background of the Court of the Universe, a name that resonates deep within my soul (anthrocentric humanist that I am).
The Nations of the East (shown as a detail model in a previous post) is crowning the arch, with the Fountains of the Rising and Setting Suns in the foreground, as well as one of several of Paul Manship's sculpture groups, this one called Festivity.