See thirty-five works by one of the most highly respected American sculptors at the turn of the nineteenth century, Bessie Potter Vonnoh. Recognized for her intimate statuettes of women and children, Vonnoh specialized in bronzes for domestic settings and broadened the audience for high-quality sculpture.
Organized by the Cincinnati Art Museum.
Image: Bessie Potter Vonnoh; A Study, ca. 1898; Bronze; Annual Membership Fund Purchase; 1904.18
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