28 September 2010
Isidore Konti (1862-1938)
'Pushing Men: A Pair of Bookends'
each, inscribed '©/I Konti' (on the base)--stamped 'GORHAM CO. FOUNDERS' with foundry device and 'Q471' (along the base)--inscribed '#56' (along the base)
each, bronze with brown patina
each, 6¼ in. (15.9 cm.) high (2)
Private collection, New York.
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The Hudson River Museum, The Sculpture of Isidore Konti: 1862-1938, exhibition catalogue, Yonkers, New York, 1974, n.p., no. 28, another example illustrated.
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