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Milly, Portrait of the Sculptor's Wife

© Royal Scottish Academy of Art & Architecture. Photo credit: Glasgow Museums

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This bust of the artist’s wife Milly was exhibited at the Royal Scottish Academy in 1953, where it was accompanied by another bust, the artist’s self-portrait, also in the collection of the Glasgow Museums (S.332).

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Date

1953

Medium

terracotta

Measurements

H 43.8 x W 38.7 x D 19 cm

Accession number

S.337

Work type

Bust

Signature/marks description

signed and dated: Benno Schotz / 1953


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