DETAIL : John Singer SARGENT, The fountain, Villa Torlonia, Frascati, Italy 1907, The Art Institute of Chicago, American Art Collection DETAIL : John Singer SARGENT, Almina, daughter of Asher Wertheimer 1908, Tate, London, presented by the widow and family of Asher Wertheimer in accordance with his wishes in 1922
 
George FRAMPTON | Peter Pan
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FRAMPTON, George
England 1860 – 1928
France 1888-89, travelled frequently in Europe
Peter Pan 1912
Sculpture
bronze
46.6 (h) x 28.5 (w) x 25.0 (d) cm
Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney
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Peter Pan is a small-scale version of George Frampton’s sculpture unveiled in Kensington Gardens in 1912. Edwardian society was enchanted by JM Barrie’s story of Peter Pan. The subject reflects a contemporary fascination with paganism and a belief in the power of nature and natural forces.

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