Cast Bronze Relief Plaque of a Pointer 9 1/2 in. sq.
possibly by Alexander Pope, Jr. (1849-1924)
A plaque with central depiction of a pointer holding a woodcock in its mouth in a field of ferns, with a decorative rope-twist border. The casting is likely modeled after an Alexander Pope, Jr. (1849-1924) painting, and may in fact have been cast by the artist.
Provenance: Davison B. Hawthorne Collection
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