Lot 432
Two John Rogers, Figural Compositions, "Why Don't You..." and "Politics
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
Historical scene of John Alden and Priscilla, impressed artist stamp and two men 'discussing' over a carafe of wine.

21 x 17 x 12 in.

From the collection of Dr. Henry T. Perkins, Jr., Raleigh, North Carolina

John Rogers (1829–1904) was an American sculptor who produced very popular, relatively inexpensive figurines in the latter 19th century. He became famous for his small genre sculptures, popularly termed "Rogers Groups", which were mass-produced in cast plaster."

Flaking surface on the plinth of the John Alden piece.