DANIEL CHESTER FRFENCH: AN AMERICAN SCULPTOR. Michael RICHMAN.
DANIEL CHESTER FRFENCH: AN AMERICAN SCULPTOR.
DANIEL CHESTER FRFENCH: AN AMERICAN SCULPTOR.
DANIEL CHESTER FRFENCH: AN AMERICAN SCULPTOR.

DANIEL CHESTER FRFENCH: AN AMERICAN SCULPTOR.

[No place]: The Metropolitan Museum of Art for The National Trust for Historic Preservation, [1976]. Postscript by Paul W. Ivory. Profusely Illustrated. First Edition. Signed presentation to a promoter of the exhibit: "Thank you so much for the real cooperation in making Mr. French's debut such a success. Best wishes, Michael Richman, 21 June 1977." The recipient is Frederick J. Cummings, Press Relations Manager of the Detroit Institute of Arts. Dated while the exhibit was at the Detroit Institute of Art from June 15 through August 28, 1977. The exhibit was the first major presentation of French’s sculptures. Daniel Chester French [1850–1931], one of the most prolific and acclaimed American sculptors of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, is best known for his design of the monumental statue of Abraham Lincoln (1920) in the Lincoln Memorial, Washington, DC. A nice association copy! Signed copies of this title are uncommon, much less with great associations. Quarto: pictorial wraps. 208 pages. Item #56884

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