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Items tagged "Acrobat Clown": 110

Acrobat Clown, Mold, [Plaster and Rubber]

Plaster mother mold with rubber mold and wax core of the arm for the Acrobat Clown. Mold is bound with a plastic zip tie.

Acrobat Clown, Mold, [Plaster and Rubber]

Plaster mother mold with inner rubber mold and wax core of the right hand and paw of the Acrobat Clown. Mold is bound with a plastic zip tie.

Acrobat Clown, Dog, [Plaster and Rubber Mold]

Three piece plaster mother mold with inner rubber mold and wax core. "Acrobat Clown Dog" in red marker written on the mold.

Acrobat Clown, Mold, [Plaster and Rubber]

Two section plaster mother mold with inner rubber mold and wax core. Written on mold is "Acrobat Clown". Mold is bound with a plastic zip tie.

Acrobat Clown, Dog Head, [Clay]

Clay dog head for acrobat clown. Head is on a metal pipe, used as an armature, attached to wood board.

Acrobat Clown, Model, [Plaster]

Small scale plaster Acrobat Clown model. Proper right arm and dog are not attached but are by the body. There is also a ball for the top of the foot with the sculpture that is unattached.

Acrobat Clown, [Plaster]

Plaster body section of Acrobat Clown missing arms and dog. There is also an unattached ball for the foot with the figure.

Plaster proper right arm, to elbow, plaster with pin to hold dog.

Plaster proper left arm, to elbow, plaster with pin to hold dog.

Plaster dog missing front forearms.

Acrobat Clown, Full-Scale, [Plaster]

Plaster full-scale Acrobat Clown. There are 13 sections that make up the complete figure.

Acrobat Clown, Pendant, [Silver and Gold]

Acrobat Clown, 1975
pendant
Silver and gold

Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall M. Fredericks
1994.045

Lovesick Clown, Acrobat Clown, Juggler Clown [Bronze]

Installed in 1991, dedicated October 5, 1991, moved to sculpture garden in 2013

Although the first clowns date back to ancient times, the descendants of modern clowns were the traveling minstrels of the Middle Ages. They wore brightly colored costumes with ruffled collars and bells, plus they painted their faces or wore masks. They entertained…