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Items tagged "Juggler Clown": 47

Juggler Clown, Pompom, Mold, [Rubber]

Black rubber mold with wax core of Juggler Clown pom pom.

Juggler Clown, Arms, Mold, [Plaster and Rubber]

Arm mold for Juggler Clown plaster mother mold with inner rubber mold and wax core. Written on one of the molds is "Juggler Fredericks".

Juggler Clown, Mold, [Plaster and Rubber]

Mould for Juggler Clown body. This is a 2 piece mold held together with 2 pieces of wire. Plaster mother mold with inner rubber mold and plaster core. Has "Juggler" and "Juggler clown" written in red on the mold.

Juggler Clown, [Plaster]

Plaster 1/4 scale model for Juggler Clown with the balls unattached but they are in the base of the figure.

Juggler Clown, [Plaster]

Plaster 1/4 scale model for Jugler Clown. One of several clowns sculpted by Fredericks. This clown is the Juggler Clown and is depicted in the act of juggling with a ball in each hand and one balanced on his nose.

Juggler Clown, Full-Scale, [Plaster]

Plaster Full-Scale Juggler Clown in several sections.

Juggler Clown, Armature [Wood]

Juggler Clown armature made of wood and polystyrene. Armature is in two sections.

Juggler Clown, Pendant, [Silver and Gold]

Juggler Clown, 1975
pendant
Silver and gold

Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall M. Fredericks
1994.044

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…

Juggler Clown [Bronze]

Juggler Clown, 1938
Bronze, cast 1988

Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall M. Fredericks
1991.043

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. …