Ebony Wood Sculpture
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Carthage College Art Collection
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Sculpture A unified ebony sculpture, with abstractedly carved features, including a wide forehead, large eyes, a long nose, thick lips and a pointed chin. Dimensions: TBA Donated by "The Roots of African American Religion and Art" - 2012, Professors Anne Cassidy and David Musa Lentz Hall 3rd Floor, Hallway
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