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Lot 0056
Rosin, Harry (American 1897 - 1973), Reclining Nude, terracotta, 11 x 21 x 10 inches, Provenance: Edward T. and Tullah Hanley, Bradford, Pa., Harry Rosin was New Hope's most famous sculptor. His two most familiar works are the statue of John. B. Kelly in his racing scull, located in Philadelphia's Fairmount Park, and the statue of baseball great, Connie Mack, at Philadelphia's stadium. Born in Philadelphia, Rosin graduated Central High School. He then worked for renowned wrought iron craftsman, Samuel Yellin.

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in good condition apart from some cracking and repair to the right heel and smaller cracks and damage

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$225.00

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Harry Rosin terracotta sculpture Reclining Nude

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