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Items tagged "Huckleberry Finn and Tom Sawyer Observing the River Boats and Giant Catfish": 5

Presentation drawing and sketch for the "Spirit of Kentucky"

Conté crayon on construction paper mounted on board
Graphite on tracing paper mounted on board
16" x 21"

Collectively titled the Spirit of Kentucky, Barry Bingham, editor of the Louisville Courier-Journal commissioned Fredericks to design reliefs for their new building.

After Fredericks received the commission he reportedly traveled…

Sketch for "Huckleberry Finn and Tom Sawyer Observing the Riverboats and Giant Catfish" and "Riverboats and Giant Catfish" for the "Spirit of Kentucky"

Oil pencil on tracing paper mounted on board
20" x 16"

Collectively titled the Spirit of Kentucky, Barry Bingham, editor of the Louisville Courier-Journal commissioned Fredericks to design reliefs for their new building.

After Fredericks received the commission he reportedly traveled through Kentucky to get the essence of the ‘spirit of…

Sketch for the "Spirit of Kentucky"

Graphite on tracing paper mounted on board
16" x 20"

Collectively titled the Spirit of Kentucky, Barry Bingham, editor of the Louisville Courier-Journal commissioned Fredericks to design reliefs for their new building.

After Fredericks received the commission he reportedly traveled through Kentucky to get the essence of the ‘spirit of…

Sketches for the "Spirit of Kentucky"

Graphite on tracing paper
11.75" x 11.75"

Collectively titled the Spirit of Kentucky, Barry Bingham, editor of the Louisville Courier-Journal commissioned Fredericks to design reliefs for their new building.

After Fredericks received the commission he reportedly traveled through Kentucky to get the essence of the ‘spirit of Kentucky’ for…

Huckleberry Finn and Tom Sawyer Observing the River Boats and Giant Catfish [Plaster]

HUCKLEBERRY FINN AND TOM SAWYER OBSERVING THE RIVER BOATS AND GIANT CATFISH,
quarter-scale model, 1948
Plaster original painted green

Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall M. Fredericks
1991.094

This segment was not used in the completed sculpture for the Louisville Courier-Journal because it relates more to the State of Missouri, than the…