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New Haven Monuments, 1882
John Haberle

Graphite with pen and ink on paper, Paper H: 9 11/16 in, Paper W: 7.5 in, Mat H: 20 in, Mat W: 16 in, Image H: 9 in, Image W: 6 7/8 in
Purchase 1968 Franklin Conklin, Jr. Memorial Fund  68.229
Not On View
Inscriptions:
recto: l.r. graphite "May 1882"; l. (tombstone inscription) graphite "F. Walmer / [illegible] / [illegible] / AE.23"; l.l. (tombstone inscriptions on three separate grave markers) graphite "F.W." / "F.[?]P.D" / "22"; c. (grave monument inscription) graphite "GETTYSBURG / FORTFISHER / ERECTED A.D. 1870 / BY THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT"; l.r. (tombstone inscription) graphite "Hier Ruhet / In / Friede[illegible] /W[illegible]; l.r. (tombstone inscription) graphite "07"; l.r. (tombstone inscription) graphite "106"

Labels/Stamps:
labels on old backing: "MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS / SPRINGFIELD, MASS. / HABERLE / cat. #41"; "Exhibition #41 / AMON CARTER MUSEUM / Post Office Box 2365 / 3501 Camp Bowie Boulevard / Fort Worth, Texas 76101 / Exhibition JOHN HABERLE: MASTER OF ILLUSION / Dates Nov. 29, 1985 - Jan. 19, 1986 / Title 'New Haven Monuments' / Artist John Haberle / Medium pencil on paper Date 1882 / Dimensions 9-5/8 x 7-3/8" / Credit The Newark Museum"

Provenance: Vera Haberle Demmer (the artist's daughter); purchased by Hirschl and Adler Galleries 12/27/1967 (see file)
Exhibition History:
Museum of Fine Arts, Springfield, Massachusetts (June 16 - August 11, 1985).

Whitney Museum of American Art, Stamford, Connecticut (September 10 - November 6, 1985)

Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth, Texas (November 29, 1985 - January 19, 1986).

Keywords: Monument, New Haven, Connecticut