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Lovesick Clown, Small-Scale, Mold, [Plaster and Rubber]

Plaster mother mold, black rubber mold wax lining. Written on mold is "Lovesick Clown". Mold is bound with plastic zip ties.

Lovesick Clown, Small-Scale, [Plaster]

Small-scale plaster model of Love sick clown has an arrow in his heart although it is missing from this plaster model. Clasped hands on left thigh. Small decorative balls on top of shoes.

Lovesick Clown, Small-Scale, (No Arrow), [Plaster]

Plaster small-scale model for Lovesick Clown with no arrow.

Sketch for "Celestial Fountain"

Pencil and ink on tracing paper
11.75" x 18.5"

Fredericks submitted sketch models for "Celestial
Fountain" as a proposal for the 1939 New York World’s Fair. Although not selected for inclusion at the Fair, another Fredericks’ sculpture, "Baboon Fountain," did appear at the entrance to the Glass Industries Building, Flushing Meadow-Corona…

Lovesick Clown, Small-Scale, Mold, [Plaster and Rubber]

Plaster mother mold, rubber inner mold and plaster core. Written on mold is "Lovesick Clown". Mold is bound with plastic zip ties.

Lovesick Clown Pendant [Silver and Gold]

Lovesick Clown, 1975
pendant
Silver and gold

Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall M. Fredericks
1994.046

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…

Lovesick Clown [Bronze]

Lovesick Clown, 1938
Bronze, cast 1988

Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall M. Fredericks
1991.044

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. …

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.

A…