A Little Bit of Blessington in New York
Full title: A Sculpture by John B. Flannagan
Creator / Author: Preston Remington
Item Type / Page count: Journal Article / 1p
Journal Information: Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Volume 36 Number 4, p101
When Published: April 1941
Publisher / Place of Publication: The Metropolitan Museum of Art / 1000 Fifth Avenue (at 82nd Street), New York, NY 10028, USA
About: This is a short piece contained within a 3-page ‘Notes’ feature. It provides some details on a sculpture by the American artist, John Bernard Flannagan (1895-1942) which had recently been acquired by the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. Entitled ‘Figure of Dignity’, it is a representation of an Irish mountain goat “carved in Blessington granite” while the artist was in Ireland in 1932.
ID number(s): 0026-1521
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Extra #4: Includes a black and white photograph of the sculpture.
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