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Reposse metal sculpture - "Harlequins (Juggler, Acrobat and Lovesick Clown)" and "Circus Parade" at Ford Auditorium

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The Ford Empire relief was located in the Ford Auditorium constructed on the Detroit riverfront as the new home of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra during 1955-1956. Perhaps the most notable feature of the building's interior was the expansive, curvilinear lobby adorned with some of Marshall Fredericks' most delicate and refined sculptures.

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Reposse metal sculpture - "Harlequins (Juggler, Acrobat and Lovesick Clown)" and "Circus Parade"

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The Ford Empire relief was located in the Ford Auditorium constructed on the Detroit riverfront as the new home of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra during 1955-1956. Perhaps the most notable feature of the building's interior was the expansive, curvilinear lobby adorned with some of Marshall Fredericks' most delicate and refined sculptures.

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"Harlequins (Clown Musicians), Ballerina" and "Orchestral Parade" at Ford Auditorium

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The Ford Empire relief was located in the Ford Auditorium constructed on the Detroit riverfront as the new home of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra during 1955-1956. Perhaps the most notable feature of the building's interior was the expansive, curvilinear lobby adorned with some of Marshall Fredericks' most delicate and refined sculptures.

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"Harlequins (Juggler, Acrobat and Lovesick Clown)" and "Circus Parade" with "The Ford Empire"

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The Ford Empire relief was located in the Ford Auditorium constructed on the Detroit riverfront as the new home of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra during 1955-1956. Perhaps the most notable feature of the building's interior was the expansive, curvilinear lobby adorned with some of Marshall Fredericks' most delicate and refined sculptures.

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"Harlequins (Juggler, Acrobat and Lovesick Clown)" and "Circus Parade"

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The Ford Empire relief was located in the Ford Auditorium constructed on the Detroit riverfront as the new home of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra during 1955-1956. Perhaps the most notable feature of the building's interior was the expansive, curvilinear lobby adorned with some of Marshall Fredericks' most delicate and refined sculptures.

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Marshall Fredericks and a group of unidentified people pose in front of "Harlequins (Clown Musicians), Ballerina & Orchestral Parade"

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The Ford Empire relief was located in the Ford Auditorium constructed on the Detroit riverfront as the new home of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra during 1955-1956. Perhaps the most notable feature of the building's interior was the expansive, curvilinear lobby adorned with some of Marshall Fredericks' most delicate and refined sculptures.

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View of the bronze "Clowns" with their shadows at SVSU

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Bronze “Clowns” - includes: "Acrobat", "Juggler" and "Lovesick Clown (Pagliacci)" at Saginaw Valley State University.

Bronze "Clowns" with their shadows at SVSU

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Bronze “Clowns” - includes: "Acrobat", "Juggler" and "Lovesick Clown (Pagliacci)" at Saginaw Valley State University.

Bronze "Clowns" against a brick wall at SVSU

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Bronze “Clowns” - includes: "Acrobat", "Juggler" and "Lovesick Clown (Pagliacci)" at Saginaw Valley State University.