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Enid Bland Yandell (on right) poses with three unidentified women.

Enid Bland Yandell poses in her Red Cross uniform holding one of her Birthday Beasts (also known as Wind in the Willows, 1926). Her small plaster titled The Pioneer (also known as Daniel Boone, 1924) plus one more beast sits on the table. Small,…

Front view of marble statue of Hermes, Enid's final project for the Art Academy of Cincinnati.

Statue of Pallas Athena outside the Parthenon, displayed at the Tennessee Centennial Exposition in Nashville, Tennessee. The statue was twenty-five feet tall (forty feet with the base) and became the symbol of the Exposition. It was an exact copy of…

Victory statue made of staff or plaster which was commissioned for the Louisiana Purchase Exposition in St. Louis, MO. Two identical versions were made - one of staff and one of plaster. The Municipal Museum in St. Louis, MO owns the plaster.

Detail of Pan and the terrapins on Hogan's Fountain in Cherokee Park.

The Five Senses Fountain at an unknown site. The fountain was cast in bronze and measured 7' H, 5'3" in diameter at the basin. This was one of two works which Yandell exhibited in the 1913 Armory Show.

Enid Bland Yandell poses with model and sculpture of Indian Chief Ninigret. This was Enid's last major public commission which depicted the Niantic chief know for his peaceful relations with European settlers in his territory of Rhode Island. The…

Half figure bust of Mademoiselle Deckert de la Meillaie with her hair pulled up on top of her head and a shawl wrapped around her bare shoulders. Her hand rests on the head of a dog. One of only two known portraits by Yandell in the half-figure…

Group of small figurines Enid created between 1897-1912 including: Bluebeard's Wife (1911), The Five Senses (ca. 1909), and the Fisher Boy and Mermaid tankard (1897).
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