The images in this first gallery, are from the book, “Sculpture,” by Lee Lawrie, published by J. H. Jansen, Cleveland, 1936. A number of libraries have this book, but some sell them off as unwanted and passe.
Inasmuch as this was published at the height of the Great Depression, I theorize that Lawrie used this as his resume, when trying to obtain work, when there was very little to be had. I still need to determine how to display the captions. But until then, simply look and behold the genius that was Lee Lawrie.