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View of "Indian and Wild Swans" - plasteline model

View of Indian and Wild Swans - plasteline model.tif
This sculptural group of an Indian and four swans is located on the façade of the Milwaukee Public Museum.
Fredericks said of the design that the swans, “complement the simple surface (of the wall) with just the right dignified accent…(they are) stylized, artistic representations of the natural swan (having worked) with numerous studies from live…

"Indian and Wild Swans" - plasteline model

Indian and Wild Swans - plasteline model.tif
This sculptural group of an Indian and four swans is located on the façade of the Milwaukee Public Museum.
Fredericks said of the design that the swans, “complement the simple surface (of the wall) with just the right dignified accent…(they are) stylized, artistic representations of the natural swan (having worked) with numerous studies from live…

Plasteline model for "Indian and Wild Swans" in Fredericks' studio

Plasteline model for Indian and Wild Swans in Fredericks' studio.tif
This sculptural group of an Indian and four swans is located on the façade of the Milwaukee Public Museum.
Fredericks said of the design that the swans, “complement the simple surface (of the wall) with just the right dignified accent…(they are) stylized, artistic representations of the natural swan (having worked) with numerous studies from live…

View of the plasteline model for "Indian and Wild Swans"

View of the plasteline model for Indian and Wild Swans.tif
This sculptural group of an Indian and four swans is located on the façade of the Milwaukee Public Museum.
Fredericks said of the design that the swans, “complement the simple surface (of the wall) with just the right dignified accent…(they are) stylized, artistic representations of the natural swan (having worked) with numerous studies from live…

Plasteline model for "Indian and Wild Swans"

Plasteline model for Indian and Wild Swans.tif
This sculptural group of an Indian and four swans is located on the façade of the Milwaukee Public Museum.
Fredericks said of the design that the swans, “complement the simple surface (of the wall) with just the right dignified accent…(they are) stylized, artistic representations of the natural swan (having worked) with numerous studies from live…