Decorative plaster pedestal of ​The Brook​ (1901)

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Title

Decorative plaster pedestal of ​The Brook​ (1901)

Description

A decorative plaster pedestal of ​The Brook​ (1901), a sculpture by Isidore Konti. This sculpture was Konti’s initial conception for a lost marble fountain at Samuel Untermyer’s estate in Yonkers. The pedestal is a cast plaster bell-shaped, hollow form with a flat top made of wooden slats. Surrounding the exterior of the pedestal is a relief depicting several putti interacting with water animals (ducks, fish)

Creator

Isidore Konti

Date

1901

Year Conserved

2017

Holding Institution

Hudson River Museum

Conservator

Carolyn Riccardelli and Michael Morris

Amount Funded

$7,500.00

Collection

Citation

Isidore Konti, “Decorative plaster pedestal of ​The Brook​ (1901),” Celebrating 20 years of the NYSCA/GHHN Conservation Treatment Grant Program, accessed January 25, 2022, https://ctg20.omeka.net/items/show/739.

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