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Marshall Fredericks poses with "The Thinker" at Millesgården

Fredericks created this sculpture at the request of George Gough Booth, the founder of Cranbrook Educational Community, who wanted a “Thinker” for the steps of the Cranbrook Art Museum similar to Auguste Rodin’s renowned Thinker, a cast of which is on the steps of the Detroit Institute of Arts.

Fredericks’ replacement of Rodin’s…

"The Thinker" at Millesgården

Fredericks created this sculpture at the request of George Gough Booth, the founder of Cranbrook Educational Community, who wanted a “Thinker” for the steps of the Cranbrook Art Museum similar to Auguste Rodin’s renowned Thinker, a cast of which is on the steps of the Detroit Institute of Arts.

Fredericks’ replacement of Rodin’s…

View of Millesgården with "The Thinker" in the background

Fredericks created this sculpture at the request of George Gough Booth, the founder of Cranbrook Educational Community, who wanted a “Thinker” for the steps of the Cranbrook Art Museum similar to Auguste Rodin’s renowned Thinker, a cast of which is on the steps of the Detroit Institute of Arts.

Fredericks’ replacement of Rodin’s…

View of "The Thinker" at Millesgården

Fredericks created this sculpture at the request of George Gough Booth, the founder of Cranbrook Educational Community, who wanted a “Thinker” for the steps of the Cranbrook Art Museum similar to Auguste Rodin’s renowned Thinker, a cast of which is on the steps of the Detroit Institute of Arts.

Fredericks’ replacement of Rodin’s…

Front view of "The Thinker" at Millesgården

Fredericks created this sculpture at the request of George Gough Booth, the founder of Cranbrook Educational Community, who wanted a “Thinker” for the steps of the Cranbrook Art Museum similar to Auguste Rodin’s renowned Thinker, a cast of which is on the steps of the Detroit Institute of Arts.

Fredericks’ replacement of Rodin’s…

Rear/side view of "The Thinker" at Millesgården

Fredericks created this sculpture at the request of George Gough Booth, the founder of Cranbrook Educational Community, who wanted a “Thinker” for the steps of the Cranbrook Art Museum similar to Auguste Rodin’s renowned Thinker, a cast of which is on the steps of the Detroit Institute of Arts.

Fredericks’ replacement of Rodin’s…

Carl Fredericks, United State Ambassador to Sweden Thomas L. Siebert and Marshall Fredericks pose together

Carl Fredericks, United State Ambassador to Sweden Thomas L. Siebert and Marshall Fredericks pose together at an event during the festivities in honor of the dedication of "God on the Rainbow" (Gud Fader På Himmelsbågan).

Marshall and Rosalind Fredericks with United States Ambassador to Sweden Thomas L. Siebert and his wife Debbie

Marshall and Roslaind Fredericks with United States Ambassador to Sweden Thomas L. Siebert and his wife Debbie at an event during the celebration of the dedication of "God on the Rainbow" (Gud Fader På Himmelsbågan).

An unidentified man, United States Ambassador to Sweden Thomas L. Siebert and Marshall Fredericks at an event in Sweden

An unidentified man, United States Ambassador to Sweden Thomas L. Siebert and Marshall Fredericks at an event in Sweden - part of the festivities for the dedication of "God on the Rainbow" (Gud Fader På Himmelsbågan).

Marshall and Rosalind Fredericks admire a sculpture at Millesgården

Millesgården is an art museum and sculpture garden, located on the island of Lidingö in Stockholm, Sweden. It is located on the grounds of the home of sculptor Carl Milles and his wife, artist Olga Milles, who are both buried there.