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Allegorical Figure of Manhattan, from the Manhattan Bridge, NYC (removed 1963)

Daniel Chester French

American Art

On View: Eastern Parkway Façade
MEDIUM Granite
DATES 1915-1916
DIMENSIONS approx: 13 ft., 44200 lb. (396.3 cm, 20048.99kg)  (show scale)
COLLECTIONS American Art
MUSEUM LOCATION This item is on view in Eastern Parkway Façade
ACCESSION NUMBER L64.23.2
CREDIT LINE Lent by the Art Commission of The City of New York
RIGHTS STATEMENT Creative Commons-BY
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CAPTION Daniel Chester French (American, 1850-1931). Allegorical Figure of Manhattan, from the Manhattan Bridge, NYC (removed 1963), 1915-1916. Granite, approx: 13 ft., 44200 lb. (396.3 cm, 20048.99kg). Brooklyn Museum, Lent by the Art Commission of The City of New York, L64.23.2. Creative Commons-BY
IMAGE side, L64.23.2_side.jpg. Brooklyn Museum photograph, 2009
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