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The Solitude of the Soul
Modeled 1901, sculpted 1914.
The Art Institute of Chicago.
Lorado Taft was a French-trained American sculptor and instructor at the School of the Art Institute, and active in Chicago, where his public monuments made the city a center for American sculpture.
On this work, Taft wrote, “The thought is the eternally present fact that however closely we may be thrown together by circumstances … we are unknown to each other.”