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L: 12 in, H: 10.25 in, width: 5 in, L: 6.5 in, H: 1 in, width: 5.25 in
Pony Express First Study
Gift of David DeWitt Dominick in honor of Dr. DeWitt Dominick
Harry Jackson was an important artist - not only locally, but on a national scope. As a painter, he turned his back on the predominant Abstract Expressionist art movement in New York to focus his artistic skills on representational subject matter. Eventually, as an aid to his painting, Jackson started sculpting. Jackson quickly gained attention as a sculptor of western subject matter. Pony Express first study is a sculpture full of expression in a sketchy state, but one that can stand on its own as a finished work. The sculpture will add nicely t the Whitney's collection of Harry Jackson artwork because it is unlike the other sculpture in the collection.
9. / (copyright) H. Jackson 63
Dusty overall with white/green accretions in crevices, discoloration on under belly
As of 06-14-2017 this object is on display in the Whitney Western Art Museum. If you are making a special trip, please double-check before visiting.