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Paul Manship created several sculptures of women and children that were inspired by his wife, Isabel, and their four sons and daughters. Manship studied Greek and Egyptian art as a student, and in this piece we can see the influence of these ancient styles in the woman's almond-shaped eyes and arched eyebrows. Even though her features are stylized, Manship conveyed the affection in her face as she gazes up at the young boy.
Figure group - family - siblings
Figure group - female and child - nude
metal - bronze
stone - marble
About Paul Manship
Born: St. Paul, Minnesota 1885 Died: New York, New York 1966
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