Lewis Cohen profile study
A 17 x 11 inch signed print of a profile study done by Lewis Cohen for a sculpture of James Blair. The statue was commissioned by William & Mary for the 300th anniversary of the university. The original sketch was drawn in 1992. This particular print was given as a gift by the Muscarelle Museum of Art to its Patron members, Board of Directors, and major donors during a Thank-You Event on May 5, 2006. The event took place in connection with the exhibition "Lewis Cohen: Five Decades--Drawings and Sculptures, A Retrospective, 1951-2006."
- Modified: May 5th, 2006
- Creation: 1992
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Purchased with the assistance of the Nell Richardson Tonkin Fund.
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