Don't you love the echo of this statue in the nearby illustration?
In a New Britain Museum of American Art exhibition of illustrations, Lyman Anderson's 1940 painting of We Were Two Comrades Again and Happy was conveniently placed near Solon Borglum's 1901 statue One in a Thousand.
I wish the photo of the sculpture was clearer, but I took multiple photographs and tried different settings (all without flash, which is not permitted at NBMAA) and they were all very dark. My limited skill couldn't deal with the high contrast between the light wall, the dark statue and light that was in the wrong place.
Oops. This was a previously scheduled post that I pulled for a storm post, and then posted by mistake. Too late to pull back, so I will leave it out here.