The Roman Orator
On View: Eastern Parkway Façade
Gift of the City of New York, Parks and Recreation
Robed man, right arm extended, scroll in left hand.
John Gelert (American, 1852-1923). The Roman Orator, 1909. Indiana limestone, Approx. height: 144 in. (365.8 cm). Brooklyn Museum, Gift of the City of New York, Parks and Recreation, 09.937.29. Creative Commons-BY (Photo: Brooklyn Museum, PER_Bulletin_of_the_Brooklyn_Institute_of_Arts_and_Sciences_v1_p102_09.937.29.jpg)
overall, Bulletin of the Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences, vol. 1, page 102, PER_Bulletin_of_the_Brooklyn_Institute_of_Arts_and_Sciences_v1_p102_09.937.29.jpg. Brooklyn Museum photograph, 1908-9
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