Description: white marble
Dimensions: height: 24 inches
Medium: white marble
Condition Report: In good condition; intermittent flea bites.
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Literature: Kathryn Greenthal, et al., American Figurative Sculpture in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Boston, 1986, pg. 179-80, illustrated (another version)
Wayne Craven, Sculpture in America, Delaware, 1968, pg. 323, illustrated (another version)
H. Nichols and B. Clark, A Marble Quarry: The James H. Ricau Collection of Sculpture at the Chrysler Museum of Art, Ghent, Virginia, 1997, pg. 240-242, illustrated (another version)
Provenance: Collection of the artist
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Collection of the Olsen Sisters, Abilene, Texas, acquired circa 1950
Connor Rosenkranz, New York, 1997
Acquired from above by the present owner