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Posted: November 13, 2017

Major New Titus Kaphar Work, Commissioned by Princeton University Art Museum, Now on View

A new sculpture by leading American artist Titus Kaphar (born 1976) has been installed in front of Princeton University’s Maclean House, which was originally constructed as the President’s home in the institution’s early decades. The eight-foot-high mixed-media work, entitled Impressions of Liberty, features layered portraits of Reverend Samuel Finley, president of what was then the College of New Jersey from 1761 to 1766, and an African American man, woman and child, who represent the slaves who lived and worked at the President’s residence during Finley’s tenure. See all

 

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