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Engraved under satyr and centaur: "PAUL MANSHIP"; engraved around ground pontil: "Steuben 1940 #4 of 6 Manship"
35.5 × 13.3 × 20.7 cm (14 × 5 1/4 × 8 1/8 in.)
Gift of Mrs. William H. Stanley
Extended information about this artwork
Milo M. Naeve, Classical Presence in American Art, Chicago: The Art Institute of Chicago, 1978, 35, no 47 (ill.).
“The Classical Presence in American Art,” The Magazine Antiques, vol. CXIV, no. 3 (September, 1978), 496 (ill.).
Glass Collections in Museums in the United States and Canada, Corning, New York: Corning Museum of Glass, 1982, 36 (ill.).
Gloria Kittleson, Paul Manship, Changing Taste in America, St. Paul: Minnesota Museum of Art, 1985, 131, no. 94 (ill.).
Jennifer M. Downs, “ ‘The New Modern Feeling’: A Catalogue of the Collection,” Art Institute of Chicago Museum Studies 27, 2 (2001), 46 (ill.), 62–65, cat. 17.
Judith A. Barter et al., American Modernism at the Art Institute of Chicago, From World War I to 1955, (Chicago: Art Institute of Chicago/Yale University Press, 2009), cat. 108.
St. Paul, Minnesota: Minnesota Museum of Art, Paul Manship, Changing Taste in America, Gloria Kittleson, et. al., 19 May – 18 Aug, 1985, p. 131, no. 94.
Chicago, Terra Museum of American Art, Paul Manship: Changing Taste in America, Feb. 4 – Apr. 2, 1989. (no catalogue)
Mrs. William H. Stanley, by 1961; given to the Art Institute of Chicago, 1961.
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