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mark "LEBOLT/STERLING", incised in sans-serif capitals; Chicago, Illinois, 1919
H.: 26.2 cm (10 5/16 in.)
Gift of Leo S. Guthman in honor and memory of Mrs. Robert E. Straus
Extended information about this artwork
Annual Report 1987–88, The Art Institute of Chicago, 1988, 54 (ill.).
Gift of Mr. Jack Lebolt (1860-1945), his wife, Estelle (Stella) Lebolt (1881-1970) and their son, John (1919-2013), Chicago, to Stella’s sister, Alma Mannheimer Lowenstein (1879-1964), on her 40th birthday, September 30, 1919. With Firestone & Parson, Boston, by 1988; sold to the Art Institute of Chicago, 1988.
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