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Harriet Hosmer, half-length studio portrait, facing front, seated with right arm resting on the back of a chair, she is holding sculpting tools in her right hand, left hand rests on her lap

Harriet Hosmer, half-length studio portrait, facing front, seated with right arm resting on the back of a chair, she is holding sculpting tools in her right hand, left hand rests on her lap

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Summary

Title devised by Library staff.
Inscribed in pencil on lower right corner of sheet: H. Hosmer.
Inscribed in pencil on mount: Portrait of Harriet Hosmer.
(DLC/PP-1999:126).
Forms part of: Marian S. Carson collection at the Library of Congress.

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01/01/1850
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No known restrictions on publication.

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