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Statue of "The Indian Girl by the Grave of her Lover", (sculpture)

Artist:
Monsier
Type:
Sculptures
Exhibition Catalogs
Date:
1876
Notes:
Appears in exhibition catalog as entry no. [not numbered]
Niche on the left--Statue of "The Indian Girl by The Grave of her Lover." "An Indian Girl was sitting where/ Her Lover, slain in battle, slept;/ Her maiden's veil, her own black hair,/ Came down o'er eyes that wept;/ And wildly, in the woodland tongue,/ This sad and simple lay she sung." (From Bryant's poem.) Monsieur, American Artist, Rome. [P. 1.]
Catalogue of Pictures and Statuary in the Art Galleries at Woodward's Gardens. San Francisco.
Artist nationality: American.
Artist address: Rome.
Topic:
Ethnic
Literature--Bryant
Literature--Poetry
Figure(s) In Exterior--Frontier
State of Being--Emotion--Sorrow
Performing Arts--Music--Voice
Control number:
AECI 02750002
Data Source:
Pre-1877 Art Exhibition Catalogue Index

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