Sculptor Form – Strength Magazine – August, 1925

One Sunday afternoon I was visiting the Carnegie Museum in Pittsburgh, and naturally my int~re st caused me to linger among the forms of sculptured beauty. Directly in front of me was the stucly of a torso, and gathered around it was a small group of young fellows. Visibly interested, they began to discuss the subject from their different viewpoints. I heard one of the .group remark: “Of course you know, fellows, that is just an exaggerated imitation of what a fellow might be. No living person could get anywhere near a development like that.”

Stark CenterUniversity of Texas