In addition to his lively portrait busts and statues, Edmond Thomas Quinn (American, 1868–1929) modeled several ideal female figures, including Nymph
(1912) in the Museum’s collection. This youthful woodland maiden, depicted with her arms raised in the act of arranging a vine in her hair, displays the refinement and naturalism typical of Quinn’s work. Our hand patinated figure is adapted from this original statuette.
Bonded bronze, hand patinated. 16 1/2''H; 4 1/2'' diam.