Woman with Lyre
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- Walter Shirlaw, American, b. Scotland, 1838–1909
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- At center, within a circular frame, a bust of a woman holding the head of a lyre with her right hand. The female figure is shown against an oblong narrow background framed by a moulding consisting of two outstretched female angels, their wings crossing at upper center. Below, the head of a putti and wings. Vegetal and floral motifs in the background, two series of rectangular framing lines.
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- Gift of Mrs. Walter Shirlaw
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- Black and brown crayon, charcoal on on off-white laid paper
- 63.5 × 46.6 cm (25 × 18 3/8 in.)
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- Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum Collection
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- Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
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