Name: The Struggle of the Two Natures in Man
Info: 1888; carved 1892–94; George Grey Barnard (American, 1863–1938); Gift of Alfred Corning Clark, 1896 (96.11)
Fun Fact: The figure lying down, who represents man’s spiritual nature, has cast off a belt with a bat on it and is rising to overtake the standing figure, who represents man’s physical nature.
Witness #1: “She’s called Memory for a reason. She was always fixated on the past.”
Witness #2: “She talked about seeing someone’s reflection in her mirror in the studio where she was carved. Whoever it was really drove her crazy, and she could never get that image out of her mind!”

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