Exhibit#1 Brookgreen Collection
Nymph and Fawn

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Accession# 1940.003
Artist Jennewein, Carl Paul
Collection Art Objects
Date 1922
Description "Nymph and Fawn" by Paul Jennewein

Group/female/nymph/animal/deer

A Nymph stands gracefully with left knee bent, shoulders and head slightly bowed. The right hand is raised and the other is placed on the back of a fawn at her side. A piece of drapery falls over her elbows and behind her back. The fillet in her hair and the tassels of the drapery are gilded.
Dimensions H-148 W-72.7 D-65 cm
Home Location Center Garden/right side; Old Kitchen Garden
Makers mark ROMAN BRONZE WORKS N.Y.
Material Bronze
Medium Metal/bronze/cast
Object ID S.1940.003
Object Name Sculpture
Recfrom Purchased from C.L. Borie, Philadelphia, 15 April 1940
Sig Loc On base at right
Signed Name C. P. JENNEWEIN
Sub-category Art
COPYRIGHT INFORMATION ~ When using this image, the credit information should be in the following format: Image courtesy of the Museum.

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