PLATES

The Sculptures
1. WOMAN AND CHILD
2. NAN
3. THE OSCAR WILDE MEMORIAL
4. THE ROCK DRILL
5. MOTHER AND CHILD
6. BUST OF LORD FISHER
7. MRS. EPSTEIN
8. AMERICAN SOLDIER
9. VENUS
10. THE CHRIST
11. PUTTI
12. JACOB KRAMER
13. SENEGALESE WOMAN
14. SENEGALESE WOMAN
15. THE WEEPING WOMAN
16. SELINA
17. DOLORES
18. DOLORES
19. JOSEPH CONRAD
20. RIMA (Detail)
21. DUKE OF MARLBOROUGH
22. EDWARD GOOD (Moysheh Oyved)
23. RAMSAY MacDONALD
24. THE VISITATION
25. PAUL ROBESON
26. MADONNA AND CHILD
27. MADONNA AND CHILD
28. PROFESSOR JOHN DEWEY
29. A PORTRAIT
30. PROFESSOR FRANZ BOAS
31. DAY
32. NIGHT
33. FEROSA RASTOURMJI
34. LA BELLE JUIVE
35. REBECCA
36. HANS KINDLER
37. THE TIN HAT
38. PRIMEVAL GOD
39. SUN GOD
40. ORIOL ROSS
41. GEORGE BERNARD SHAW
42. J. B. PRIESTLEY
43. BERENICE
44. ADAM
45. ADAM
46. ADAM
47. LEDA
48. SELINA
49. SELINA
50. CARVING IN FLENITE
51. CARVING IN FLENITE
52. MEUM WITH A FAN
53. MEUM WITH A FAN
54. SUN GOD
55. TWO ARMS
56. HELENE
57. HELENE
58. EILEEN
59. KATHLEEN
60. R. B. CUNNINGHAM-GRAHAM

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  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgments v
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  • II 4
  • III 7
  • IV 11
  • V 14
  • VI 19
  • VII 23
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  • The Drawings 183
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