Henry Alfred Pegram (1862-1937)
Source: Spielmann, page 99
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“'Fortune,' the statue which was at the Academy in 1900, is an important nude figure, seated on a vessel's prow; it is distinctly architectural in feeling and suave in design, and is probably intended for the embellishment of a building.” (98)
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