Educational
modeled 1883-86, remodeled 1898, this cast by 1903
American
bronze
Overall: 30 1/2 × 20 1/2 × 12 in. (77.47 × 52.07 × 30.48 cm)
83.74
Not on view
on base rear: "E. GRUET / JEUNE / FONDEAUR. 44 BIS AVENUE DE CHATILLON / PARIS"
on base front: "THE PURITAN"; on base proper right: "AUGUSTUS SAINT GAUDENS / MDCCCLXXXII"; on base rear: "COPYRIGHT / BY AUGUSTUS / SAINT-GAUDENS / M / DCCCXC / IX"
Charles G. Thalhimer Family Fund
O’Leary, Elizabeth L., Sylvia Yount, Susan Jensen Rawles, and David Park Curry. American Art at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. Charlottesville: Virginia Museum of Fine Arts with the University of Virginia Press, 2010. (No. 92, p. 267-272).

Angela L. Miller et al, American Encounters. Art History, and Cultural Identity (Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson/Prentice Hall, 2008) p. 296, b&w ill. fig. 9.16.

Andrew Delbanco, ed., Writing New England An Anthology from the Puritans to the Present (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2001) p. 459, b&w ill. p. 1.

[identical to] Jane Turner, ed., Encyclopedia of American Art before 1914 (New York: Grove’s Dic-tionaries, Inc., 2000) pp. 439-440, color pl. XXVII-2.

[identical to] Elements of Literature 5th course (Aus-tin: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 2000) color ill. p. 9.

Joseph C. Skrapits, “Picturing Old New England,” American Artist, November 1999, Vol. 63, No. 688, p. 46, color ill. p. 44.
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