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Description
(New York/Michigan, 1825-1892)
Indian Boy Hunting, circa 1866, signed on base "Randolph Rogers-Rome", Carrara marble, 38 in., surface weathering, crack through arrow shaft and loss to point, repairs and losses to headdress, lacking plumes, white paint accretion (drips) on base. Notes: Randolph John Rogers spent most of his productive years in Rome, Italy. He established a studio in 1851 and later employed sculptors to create his works in marble under his supervision. He became the first American to be elected to Italy's Accademia di San Luca.


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Condition
surface weathering, crack through arrow shaft and loss to point, repairs and losses to headdress, lacking plumes, white paint accretion (drips) on base
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Randolph John Rogers

Estimate $8,000 - $12,000Jun 13, 2015
Starting Price $4,000
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