4 March 2010
Harry Jackson (b. 1924)
'The Marshall' (John Wayne as Rooster Cogburn)
inscribed '1970/©c Harry Jackson/15P' and 'John Wayne as Rooster Cogburn' (along the base)--numbered '73104.15' (along the base, with paint)
29¼ in. (74.3 cm.) high
Harrison Eiteljorg, Indianapolis, Indiana, acquired from the above, 1970.
Gift to the present owner from the above, 1973.
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L. Pointer and D. Goddard, Harry Jackson, New York, 1981, pp. 248-49, 251, pl. 314-15, 317, other examples illustrated.
P. Smith, Harry Jackson: 30 Years of Working in Versilia, Camaiore, Italy, 1985, p. 56, another example illustrated.
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Sold by the Indianapolis Museum of Art to Benefit Future Acquisitions
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