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Sketches for "Circus Parade" and "Orchestral Parade" for Henry and Edsel Ford Auditorium

Graphite and ink on tracing paper
10.75" x 12"

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…

Study for "Harlequins", "Ballerina" and "Circus Parade" for Henry and Edsel For Auditorium

Graphite and ink on tracing paper
9" x 11.5"

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…

Sepia print of presentation drawing for "Harlequins (Juggler, Acrobat and Lovesick Clown)" and "Circus Parade" at Henry and Edsel Ford Auditorum

Sepia print
18.75" x 14"

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…

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

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"

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

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"

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"

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 panel with "Circus Parade"

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 "Circus Parade" with feet from "Harlequins (Juggler, Acrobat and Lovesick Clown)" in view

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.

A…