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Medal Portraying Louise Strong Hammond, 1906

  • founding (metal or glass working), patination, bronze
  • Inv. 1911-DD

In Copyright

This portrait medal depicts Idea Louise Strong Hammond. She was born the daughter of an American minister in rural Ohio in 1859. Her mother had studied at Yale University and insisted that all her children receive a solid education. Idea, along with her brother, went to study in Chicago. After her studies, she became a promising art student, but she abandoned her ambitions after her marriage to Willam Andrew Hammond. She was known as a very artistic, resourceful and determined, charismatic woman.

Artist

Théodore Spicer-Simson RKD
Le Havre 181- - Miami (Florida) 1959
medalistsAAT

Title Medal Portraying Louise Strong Hammond
Date 1906
Period 20th century
Location France TGN
Medium and support founding (metal or glass working) AAT
patination AAT
Signatures, inscriptions, and markings name and year on the front side: MCMVI ; LOUISE ; STRONG ; HAMMOND
signature, inscription and year on the front side: FEC A.D.
Collection medals AAT
Object type portrait medal
Inventory number 1911-DD
Permalink https://mskgent.be/collection/work/data/1911-DD
IIIF Manifest https://imagehub.mskgent.be/iiif/3/8235/manifest.json
Art & Architecture Thesaurus 300189808 figures (representations) AAT
Keywords Iconclass 31A72 female sex; woman Iconclass
61BB2 historical persons - BB - woman Iconclass
61BB2(LOUISE STRONG HAMMOND) historical person (LOUISE STRONG HAMMOND) - BB - woman Iconclass
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