The hard winter light lends an enhanced look of defeat to Anna Hyatt Huntington’s sculpture of Don Quixote, whom she portrays as a sad defeated figure with his lance broken after the battle. The sculpture is in the collection at Brookgreen Gardens, Murrells Inlet.
The hard winter light lends an enhanced look of defeat to Anna Hyatt Huntington’s sculpture of Don Quixote, whom she portrays as a sad defeated figure with his lance broken after the battle. The sculpture is in the collection at Brookgreen Gardens, Murrells Inlet. By Charles Slate The Sun News file
The hard winter light lends an enhanced look of defeat to Anna Hyatt Huntington’s sculpture of Don Quixote, whom she portrays as a sad defeated figure with his lance broken after the battle. The sculpture is in the collection at Brookgreen Gardens, Murrells Inlet. By Charles Slate The Sun News file

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