(Jacques Lipchitz) , 1960.745,” Harvard Art Museums collections online, Mar 01, 2024, https://hvrd.art/o/222183.
The sculpture is a figure of rounded forms and sharp angles carved from a single piece of stone. Rising from a square base on two legs the figure broadens on the left into a sharp-edged plain with two rounded projections and a small raised disc near the top. A flat edge joins that section to a larger more prominent section with less definition but more pronounced projections both rounded and flat-edged. In the center of the piece is a raised curved section with two horizontal cuts on the left end, above the cuts are three raised horizontal sections.