Cast Date: c. 1922
- Alexander Phimister Proctor, American, 1862-1950
Museum Purchase with funds from Sharon Magness and the Harry I. and Edythe Smookler Memorial Endowment
Alexander Phimister Proctor, Indian Warrior, modeled 1898 (cast about 1922). Bronze; 31 ½ x 10 x 39 ½ in.
Denver Art Museum: Museum Purchase with funds from Sharon Magness and the Harry I. and Edythe Smookler Memorial Endowment, 2016.293
This object is currently on view
Dimensionsheight: 31 1/2 in, 80.0100 cm; width: 10 in, 25.4000 cm; depth: 39 1/2 in, 100.3300 cm
InscriptionA Phimister Proctor / 1898 / Gold Medal Paris Exposition / 1900
DepartmentPetrie Institute of Western American Art
CollectionPetrie Institute of Western American Art
Known ProvenanceArtist to Eyrich Family through descent, Phimister Proctor Church (2014), Denver Art Museum (2016) The provenance as listed is as complete as it is currently possible to present. Although incomplete, there are no obvious reasons to believe that this work exchanged hands in continental Europe during the years 1933 to 1945 (Nazi-Era). Works by Western American artists were on occasion (rarely) collected by Europeans preceding 1933, however there are to my knowledge (Thomas B. Smith), no existing or known cases of works subjected to resolutions or claims for Nazi-Era cultural assets.
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