Statues on Display At Pan American Center


Material Information

Statues on Display At Pan American Center
Series Title:
Marin-Hassett House (Progress Photographs, Book No. 2)
Physical Description:
The St. Augustine Record
Publication Date:
Physical Location:
Box: 1NW22
Folder: Pan American Building


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General Note:
12-(23-24) 1967

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
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clouding caed-wood statues size from miniature to almot Calkin as "typically colonterial," face for tre p and paintings, the items come' hfe-sized are frojm the Qito school' in Most of the s ome

from four countries Mexico Particularly interesting s the Ecua r and the Cuzo school n gol entig n aEcuador, Peru and Guatamela, statue of Saint Augustine, mea- Peru jority hae gla hi

according to r Calleton Calk- surind about thdifferee feet high H isty of the different pieces was typical ofr ai h dcirator withs the St Augus- This is the "Baptiost, killf lly is n know remCalki. thea com e Preservation Commission, who the entire collection, says Calk- the years fr various dealers, tion include a

T-tt gious statu e a Interesting ad specially
private display for t h i s
stmas season.

F Irt s a y dip currently on exhibi at the Pa AmerI O stof the three figures is the Madonna, left,

-(Record photo)

Most skillfully rendered of the collection of Sa nts, is this statue of St. Augustine, about three feet high. The entire collection rluding statues and paintings, comes from four co'ie -i Mexico, Ecuador, Peru and Guatemala. The e it is open to- the public lil