Bacchus Survivor – In the Ruined Garden of an Old Château in the Champagne Country There Remains, Triumphant, the Statue of Bacchus, Chipped and Scarred but Still Laughing as He Squeezes the Stone Grapes into the Stone Cup

Media - 1981.163.22 - SAAM-1981.163.22_1 - 65941
Copied Claggett Wilson, Bacchus Survivor--In the Ruined Garden of an Old Chateau in the Champagne Country There Remains, Triumphant, the Statue of Bacchus, Chipped and Scarred but Still Laughing as He Squeezes the Stone Grapes into the Stone Cup, ca. 1919, watercolor and pencil on paperboard, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Gift of Alice H. Rossin, 1981.163.22

Artwork Details

Title
Bacchus Survivor – In the Ruined Garden of an Old Château in the Champagne Country There Remains, Triumphant, the Statue of Bacchus, Chipped and Scarred but Still Laughing as He Squeezes the Stone Grapes into the Stone Cup
Date
ca. 1919
Location
Not on view
Dimensions
image: 19 1823 in. (48.658.4 cm) 
Credit Line
Gift of Alice H. Rossin
Mediums Description
watercolor and pencil on paperboard
Classifications
Keywords
  • History — United States — World War I
  • Architecture Exterior — ruins
  • Monument — statue — Bacchus
  • Architecture Exterior — castle
  • Landscape — garden
Object Number
1981.163.22