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Augustus Saint-Gaudens, head-and-shoulders portrait

Augustus Saint-Gaudens, head-and-shoulders portrait

Title devised by cataloger; Caption on jacket: Auguustus St. Gaudens. Photograph of a painting signed "Kenyon Cox, 1908." "McC-1191" on negative. Detroit Publishing Co. no. 048171. Gift; State Historical Societ... More

Augustus Saint-Gaudens, head-and-shoulders portrait

Augustus Saint-Gaudens, head-and-shoulders portrait

Title devised by cataloger; Caption on negative: Portrait of Augustus Saint-Gaudens. Photograph of a painting signed "Kenyon Cox, 1908" at Metropolitan Museum of Art. Detroit Publishing Co. no. M 589. Gift; Sta... More

[Illuminating figure typifying "Star"]

[Illuminating figure typifying "Star"]

Alexander Calder, three-quarter length portrait, standing, facing right, working on sculpture for the Panama-Pacific International Exposition in San Francisco, Calif. G45685 U.S. Copyright Office.

The Detroit news timely topics. Monsters in the making

The Detroit news timely topics. Monsters in the making

Photograph of a photographic print by "Wide World Photo." Detroit Publishing Co. no. K 3026. Gift; State Historical Society of Colorado; 1949.

[Sculptress, Helen Osborn, making a head-and-shoulders sculpture of Warren Harding, with Harding posing beside the sculpture]

[Sculptress, Helen Osborn, making a head-and-shoulders sculpture of Wa...

Note on verso: Photo of making clay bust of Senator Harding - News item: U.S. Senator Warren G. Harding, Republican nominee for president, in the "Smith" photo-sculpture studio at Marion, Ohio posing while Miss... More

First grade at work

First grade at work

Children studying art by drawing and working with clay. J291357 U.S. Copyright Office. Copyright by Keystone View Co. No. P-18274.

W.P.A. Federal Art Project of Illinois--Sculpture exhibition - 433 East Erie Street--April 10th - May 12th / Osborn -39.

W.P.A. Federal Art Project of Illinois--Sculpture exhibition - 433 Eas...

Poster for a sculpture exhibition sponsored by the W.P.A. Federal Art Project, showing a hand holding clay that has been shaped into the form of a face. Date stamped on verso: Apr 29 1939. Work Projects Adminis... More

Albert Woolson, 107, lone Union Army survivor sits for his bust Kalervo Kallio, noted sculptor puts finishing touches on the clay model

Albert Woolson, 107, lone Union Army survivor sits for his bust Kalerv...

Photograph shows Union veteran Albert Woolson, drummer boy of Co. C, 1st Minnesota Heavy Artillery Regiment, with artist making his bust sculpture, which was used to create a Grand Army of the Republic memorial... More

Dymkovo clay toys made by Viatka artist L. N. Dokena, Viatka, Russia

Dymkovo clay toys made by Viatka artist L. N. Dokena, Viatka, Russia

Title, date, and place from photographer's inventory. Number assigned by photographer: viat018. Credit line: Brumfield photograph collection, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division. General inform... More

Dymkovo clay toys made by Viatka artist L. N. Dokena, Viatka, Russia

Dymkovo clay toys made by Viatka artist L. N. Dokena, Viatka, Russia

Title, date, and place from photographer's inventory. Number assigned by photographer: viat017. Credit line: Brumfield photograph collection, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division. General inform... More

Dymkovo clay toys made by Viatka artist L. N. Dokena, Viatka, Russia

Dymkovo clay toys made by Viatka artist L. N. Dokena, Viatka, Russia

Title, date, and place from photographer's inventory. Number assigned by photographer: viat019. Credit line: Brumfield photograph collection, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division. General inform... More

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