|Large Bronze Low Relief Plaque by Nathan Dumont Potter, 1918|
This bronze features a soldier in a classical helmet and cloak holding an unsheathed sword. The date 1918 is to the right of the soldier. This bronze probably commissioned to commemorate the conclusion of WWI. It may be a unique piece. This was cast by Gorham Company Founders. Their mark is along the bottom edge. There is some wear to the gilt. Nathan Dumont Potter (1893-1934), painter and sculptor, was a pupil of the American sculptor Daniel Chester French.
25" DIA x 1" D