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(September 19-29, 2013)

Ken Stuart

Lonely Stone Slab

Thomas K Sharpless

Old Mortality and His Pony

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

September 26 2013 14:00 Local

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This odd group of sculptures, inspired by Sir Walter Scott's 1816 novel "Old Mortality", has stood at the entrance to Philadelphia's historic Laurel Hill Cemetery since 1836. It depicts Scott (at left) contemplating Old Mortality (sitting on coffin) and his pony. The white bust on the column is a self portrait of the artist, James Thom.

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