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Richard Nonas, American, 1936 - 2021


1976; reconstituted 2009

Georgia oak

Overall: 16 × 12 × 881 7/8 in. (40.6 × 30.5 × 2240 cm)

Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth: Gift of Holly and Horace Solomon

© Richard Nonas



Place Made: United States, North America


20th century

Object Name


Research Area


Not on view


Not signed.

Course History

GEOG 45, Exploring Nature and Culture in New England, Abigail Neely, Summer 2015

ITAL 3, Introductory Italian III, Damiano Benvegnu, Fall 2016

ITAL 3, Introductory Italian 3, Damiano Benvengnu, Spring 2017

Ital 3, Introductory Italian 3, Damiano Benvegnu, Summer 2017

Exhibition History

Public Art, near Rollins Chapel, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, 2009.

Richard Nonas: Sculpture / Parts to Anything, Nassau County Museum of Fine Art, Roslyn Harbor, New York, March 17-May 12, 1985.

Publication History

Donal Kuspit and Phyllis Rosenzweig, Richard Nonas: Sculpture/Parts to Anythings, New York, 1985, p. 28, fig. 22.

Jan Van Der Marck, Sculpture around Campus: Dartmouth College, New York, New York: College Art Association of America, 1978, p. 249.

Jan Van Der March, Richard Nonas: Field Works, 1977, p. 117.

Brian P. Kennedy and Emily Shubert Burke, Modern and Contemporary Art at Dartmouth: Highlights from the Hood Museum of Art, Hanover: Trustees of Dartmouth College, 2009, p.110, no.84.

Public Art at Dartmouth, A Walking Tour of the Public Sculpture Collection on Campus (brochure), Trustees of Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, 2014, p. 3.


Commissioned from the artist by Holly Dworken Solomon (1934-2002) and Horace H. Solomon (1929-2005), New York; given to present collection, 1976.

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