Excerpt from Gaudier-Brzeska
Henri Gaudier-Brzeska About the End of 1913 or Early in 1914; Gaudier-Brzeska; Gaudier-Brzeska; Gaudier-Brzeska Standing Before an Unfinished Work; The Dancer - Red Stone; The Dancer (B); Boy With A Coney - Veined Alabaster; Boy With A Coney (B); Fawn; Cat - Marble. Lent by John Quinn; The Water Carrier - White Marble. Lent by John Quinn; Torse - Marble. Now in the South Kensington Museum; Early Work - Seated Figure; Head of Christ - Very early work. Since destroyed by the Sculptor; The Embraces - Marble. 1912 or 1913; The Embraces (B); Caritas - Stone; Imp - Veined Alabaster. Late work; Seated Figure - Marble. 1914
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