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Pizarro

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Charles Cary Rumsey

American, 1879-1922

Pizarro, 1910 (cast executed late 1920s)

bronze

Edition: unique

overall: 70 3/4 x 26 1/2 x 55 inches (179.71 x 67.31 x 139.7 cm)

Collection Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York

Presented by Charles C. Rumsey, Jr. and Mary A. Rumsey, son and daughter of the sculptor, 1952

1952:6

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Inscriptions

stamp / side of base, lower right rear corner / CIRE PERDU / C. VALSUANI / PARIS

Provenance

family of the artist;
donated by Charles C. Rumsey, Jr. and Mary A. Rumsey (the sculptor's son and daughter) to the Albright Art Gallery, March 6, 1952

Class

Sculpture

Work Type

Cast (sculpture)

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