Benjamin Thorne Gilbert , (Sep 21, 1872–1961)
Race Sorrowc. 1940's
Medium and Support: bronze
Credit Line: gift of anonymous donor
Accession Number: 1944.74
This work by Gilbert was awarded first prize in sculpture in 1940 at an exhibit at the New York University Club. Born in Utica, he was the only son of Benjamin Davis and Adelaide Thorne Gilbert, and was educated in local schools, Lawrenceville, N. J., Preparatory School, and Phillips Academy, Andover.
This object was included in the following exhibitions:
- The Works Addison Gallery of American Art , 11/7/1969 - 2/22/1970
- Heads: an exhibit which explores some of the many ways the human head has been u Addison Gallery of American Art , 11/7/1980 - 12/7/1980
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