Edwin H. Blashfield panel in the Lawyer's Club, Equitable Building, New York
Blashfield, Edwin Howland
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1 photographic prints on board : sepia ; 33 x 24 cm., on board 51 x 30 cm.
Two photographs show the panel, which depicts a reclining woman served by two young girls, in situ at the Lawyer's Club. Handwritten in between the two photos is: Over mantel; Lawyer's Club. Handwritten note on verso is partially damaged where corner of board is torn, but remainder reads: [Equitable] Building (1895); burned with the building; the children at end were Rose Marston & Violet Dale; the head of central figure was that of Miss T.W.
Edwin H. Blashfield panel in the Lawyer's Club, Equitable Building, New York, ca. 1895 / unidentified photographer. Edwin H. Blashfield papers, 1850-1980. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
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Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution Washington, D.C. 20560