Duck Girl (Manship)

Duck Girl
Artist Paul Manship
Year 1911
Type Bronze
Dimensions 150 cm (61 in × 34 1/2 in × 34 1/4 in)
Location Philadelphia, United States

39°56′57″N 75°10′18″W / 39.9493°N 75.1718°W / 39.9493; -75.1718
Owner City of Philadelphia

Duck Girl is a bronze sculpture, by Paul Manship.[1] It is located at Rittenhouse Square, near 18th street and Walnut Street, Philadelphia.[2][3]

It was installed in Cloverly Park, in 1916, and moved to storage in 1956, but relocated to Rittenhouse Square.[4] [5]

The sculpture won the Widener Gold Medal, from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, in 1914.[6]


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