20 - 21 March 2014
Property from a Private Connecticut Collection
Paul Manship (1885-1966)
Inscribed in Chinese characters 'Lu Qing Zhai' (C.T. Loo) (on the front)-- inscribed 'Ching Tsai Loo by his friend Paul Manship sculp 1945 New York' (on the reverse)
Bronze with brown patina
15¾ in. (40 cm.) high
Library of C.T. Loo/Frank Caro Gallery, New York.
Francis J. Caro, Connecticut.
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Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C., A Retrospective Exhibition of Sculpture by Paul Manship, 23 February - 16 March 1958.
Please note this lot is being sold with the Smithsonian exhibition catalogue in which it is illustrated.
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