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"Between Appointments" – Grounds for Sculpture, Hamilton Township, Trenton, New Jersey
"Between Appointments" is a life-size painted bronze sculpture originally cast in 1986 by Seward Johnson. It depicts a businessman catching a nap on a park bench, with his face draped by an edition of the New York Times newspaper. If you look carefully, you can see that the issue of the paper reproduces a story covering the lawsuit in which Seward and his five siblings contested the terms of their father’s will. Although their father had disinherited them, their lawsuit was successful.