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Part of The American Wing
Designed by Francis H. Bacon (1856–1940)
Date: 1886–88Accession Number: 1993.75
Alexander Phimister Proctor (American, Bosanquet, Ontario 1860–1950 Palo Alto, California)
Date: 1891–92, revised mid 1890s, this cast ca. 1914–17Accession Number: 1996.561
Augustus Saint-Gaudens (American, Dublin 1848–1907 Cornish, New Hampshire)
Date: 1883–86, cast 1899 or afterAccession Number: 39.65.53
George Jakob Hunzinger (1835–1898)
Date: ca. 1876–85Accession Number: 1992.269
Attributed to John Finlay (active ca. 1799–1833)
Date: 1800–1810Accession Number: 1970.189
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The Henry R. Luce Center for the Study of American Art is a visible-storage facility that displays more than ten thousand works of American fine and decorative art. Objects are arranged by material (paintings, sculpture, furniture and woodwork, glass, ceramics, silver, and metalwork), and within these categories they are arranged by chronology and form. Works of art that are sensitive to light, such as drawings, watercolors, textiles, and portrait miniatures, are not on view but can be seen by appointment. A digital catalogue of The American Wing collection is accessible on computers throughout the center.
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