Luce Foundation Center for American Art
Sculpture: 20th century: Abandoned
“Nothing is too small to escape his notice . . . for Laessle is a student of nature, and models the life of the animal rather than the animal itself.” Dorothy Grafly, 1922
Albert Laessle was the son of German immigrants who settled in
Image Credits: Courtesy Photographs of Artists Collection II, Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.