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Brookgreen Gardens Medallion, [Bronze]

Obverse: Deer and trees. Reverse: Hands and a sculpting tool with deer. Text "Brookgreen Gardens South Carolina". This is not the work of Marshall Fredericks.

Brookgreen Gardens Medallion, [Bronze]

Obverse: A boy with carving tool in his hand carving an owl He sits on a brick wall with trees in the background. Reverse: Girl carving a little boy on a sculpting stand. Words "Brookgreen Gardens South Carolina" are on the sides of the medal. This medallion is not the work of Marshall Fredericks. It is signed "Parks" at center right.

Brookgreen Gardens Medallion, [Bronze]

Obverse: Leaping Gazelle with "Brookgreen Gardens South Carolina" text. Reverse: Flowers with birds.

Brookgreen Gardens Medal

Obverse: Leaping Gazelle with "Brookgreen Gardens South Carolina" text. Reverse: Flowers with birds.

View of "Wings of the Morning" in shadow at Brookgreen Gardens

The flying swans represent the atmosphere of the unfolding morning. Fredericks often used swans in his sculptures to symbolize eternal life. The hand of God enfolds the spirit of man as he takes the wings of the morning. The upward flowing contours communicate the optimistic spiritual content of the sculpture.

Fredericks was inspired by Psalm…

View of "Wings of the Morning" with Bible verse inscription of pedestal

The flying swans represent the atmosphere of the unfolding morning. Fredericks often used swans in his sculptures to symbolize eternal life. The hand of God enfolds the spirit of man as he takes the wings of the morning. The upward flowing contours communicate the optimistic spiritual content of the sculpture.

Fredericks was inspired by Psalm…

An unidentified woman viewing "Wings of the Morning" at Brookgreen Gardens

The flying swans represent the atmosphere of the unfolding morning. Fredericks often used swans in his sculptures to symbolize eternal life. The hand of God enfolds the spirit of man as he takes the wings of the morning. The upward flowing contours communicate the optimistic spiritual content of the sculpture.

Fredericks was inspired by Psalm…

An unidentified woman admires "Wings of the Morning" at Brookgreen Gardens

The flying swans represent the atmosphere of the unfolding morning. Fredericks often used swans in his sculptures to symbolize eternal life. The hand of God enfolds the spirit of man as he takes the wings of the morning. The upward flowing contours communicate the optimistic spiritual content of the sculpture.

Fredericks was inspired by Psalm…

Rear view of "Wings of the Morning" at Brookgreen Gardens

The flying swans represent the atmosphere of the unfolding morning. Fredericks often used swans in his sculptures to symbolize eternal life. The hand of God enfolds the spirit of man as he takes the wings of the morning. The upward flowing contours communicate the optimistic spiritual content of the sculpture.

Fredericks was inspired by Psalm…

Rear/side view of "Wings of the Morning" at Brookgreen Gardens

The flying swans represent the atmosphere of the unfolding morning. Fredericks often used swans in his sculptures to symbolize eternal life. The hand of God enfolds the spirit of man as he takes the wings of the morning. The upward flowing contours communicate the optimistic spiritual content of the sculpture.

Fredericks was inspired by Psalm…