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“In his late portraits, especially, Eakins sought the underlying structure and substance of the head and body and pulled no punches when it came to telling the truth about the individual who posed before him.”  Thomas Eakins claimed his right as an artist to read and represent the truth of what he saw before him, or what he believed the truth to be, even when it was at odds with another’s concept of the subject.
The walnut console is basically a rectangular cabinet with three flat sides having recessed panels and the fourth side holding the tiered organ keyboards flanked by arrays of toggle switches. The foot pedals are contained in an attached oak box, and the walnut bench with rectangular top having molded edges is supported by two wide urn-shaped plank legs. The keyboard and switches are flanked by wings carved with Renaissance scrolls and anthemions. Scrolled brackets support the keyboards.
Aerial view of Reynolda estate including house, drive and roads, Lake Katharine, barns, and boat house.
Aerial view of Reynolda Estate including the house with porte cochere, village, church, golf links, roads and Lake Katharine.
Aerial view of Reynolda estate, including area west of Reynolda Road. Includes house, village, golf links, and Lake Katharine.