The Incense Burner

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Hovsep Pushman (American, b. Armenia, 1877–1966)
The Incense Burner, before 1921
Oil on wood panel
31 1/2 × 24 3/8 in. (80.01 × 61.91 cm)
Layton Art Collection Inc., Gift of Messers, J.K. Ilsley, Charles F. Dickens, Charles Ray, G. Miller, Fred Vogel, Howard Greene, L.J. Petit as memorial to Frederick Layton L197
Photo credit: John R. Glembin
Not Currently on View

Publication History
Eastberg, John C. and Eric Vogel. Layton’s Legacy: A Historic American Art Collection 1888–2013. Milwaukee, Wisconsin: Layton Art Collection, Inc., 2013, pp. 204, and 458, color illus. p. 204.

Mooney, Claudia. The Layton Art Collection: 1888-2013, Part 1. Milwaukee Art Museum: Under the Wings, April 16, 2013.

JAMA, The Journal of the American Medical Association 306, no.4 (December 14, 2011): 348, cover illus.

City is Art Minded, in an Economic Way. The Milwaukee Journal, October 1, 1950, p. 1. (accessed August 24, 2017).

Summer Brings Strangers to See The Wood Gatherer. The Milwaukee Journal, July 7, 1935, part 7, p. 5. (accessed August 24, 2017).

Layton Gallery Pictures Transformed by Bath. The Milwaukee Journal, May 19, 1935, part 7, p. 5. (accessed August 24, 2017).

Public Taste Reflected in Favorite Layton Pictures. The Milwaukee Journal, July 23, 1933, p. 7. (accessed August 24, 2017).

Layton Art Gallery. Catalogue of the Layton Art Gallery. Milwaukee, Wisconsin: Layton Art Gallery, 1921, p. 72, cat. 197, b/w illus. no. 197.

This information is subject to change as the result of ongoing research.