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The Dough Boy

Artist

Arthur Ivone

Description:

Man dressed in World War I uniform stands leaning to the proper right with his proper right knee bent slightly. His proper right arm is bent at the elbow while his hand rests on his thigh. His proper left arm is also bent and holds the barrel of his rifle... Read more

Man dressed in World War I uniform stands leaning to the proper right with his proper right knee bent slightly. His proper right arm is bent at the elbow while his hand rests on his thigh. His proper left arm is also bent and holds the barrel of his rifle which rests on the ground.

Dates

Made: 1930

Categories
Plaque
Sculpture
Address:

1 Capitol Square
Columbus, Ohio 43215
Franklin County

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