25 April 2007
Henry Kirke-Brown (1814-1886)
'Panther and Cubs'
inscribed 'H.K. Bush.Brown./SC./N-Y 1854.' (on the base)--inscribed 'A.M.' (underneath)
bronze with brown patina
9½ in. (24.1 cm.) high
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The present work was originally conceived by the artist in 1854 and most likely cast in the 1880s/90s under the direction of the artist's nephew, Henry Kirke Bush-Brown (1857-1935).
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