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Baboon, Male [Bronze]

This is the full-scale model of one figure for Fredericks' Baboon Fountain for the 1939 World's Fair in Flushing Meadows Park, New York. The five baboons and baby baboon were created for the Glass Industries Building at the 1939 New York World's Fair. Small sketch models of this figure, as well as other figures for the fountain, are in a display…

Baboon, Male [Plaster]

Male Baboon, 1939
Plaster original

Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall M. Fredericks
1991.057

This is the full-scale model of one figure for Fredericks' Baboon Fountain for the 1939 World's Fair in Flushing Meadows Park, New York. The five baboons and baby baboon were created for the Glass Industries Building at the 1939 New York World's Fair.…

"Siberian Ram," "Flying Pterodactyls," "Male Baboon" and "Female Baboon" in the Sculpture Garden of the Marshall M. Fredericks Sculpture Museum

Mrs. Dorothy (Honey) Arbury studied with Fredericks when she attended Kingswood School at the Cranbrook Educational Community in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, in the 1930s. She met him through her uncle, Alden B. Dow, a prominent architect in Midland, Michigan, with whom Fredericks worked on architectural sculpture projects. In 1963, Mrs. Arbury was…

The Main Gallery of the Marshall M. Fredericks Sculpture Museum at Saginaw Valley State University

Mrs. Dorothy (Honey) Arbury studied with Fredericks when she attended Kingswood School at the Cranbrook Educational Community in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, in the 1930s. She met him through her uncle, Alden B. Dow, a prominent architect in Midland, Michigan, with whom Fredericks worked on architectural sculpture projects. In 1963, Mrs. Arbury was…

Entrance to the Arbury Fine Arts Center/Marshall M. Fredericks Sculpture Museum with "Flying Pterodactyls," "Male Baboon" and "Female Baboon" outside

Mrs. Dorothy (Honey) Arbury studied with Fredericks when she attended Kingswood School at the Cranbrook Educational Community in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, in the 1930s. She met him through her uncle, Alden B. Dow, a prominent architect in Midland, Michigan, with whom Fredericks worked on architectural sculpture projects. In 1963, Mrs. Arbury was…

Rear view of "Flying Pterodactyls" with "Male Baboon" and "Female Baboon" outside of the entrance to the Marshall M. Fredericks Sculpture Museum

Mrs. Dorothy (Honey) Arbury studied with Fredericks when she attended Kingswood School at the Cranbrook Educational Community in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, in the 1930s. She met him through her uncle, Alden B. Dow, a prominent architect in Midland, Michigan, with whom Fredericks worked on architectural sculpture projects. In 1963, Mrs. Arbury was…

Bronze "Male Baboon," "Female Baboon" and "Flying Pterodactyls at the entrance to the Arbury Fine Arts Center/Marshall M. Fredericks Sculpture Museum

Mrs. Dorothy (Honey) Arbury studied with Fredericks when she attended Kingswood School at the Cranbrook Educational Community in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, in the 1930s. She met him through her uncle, Alden B. Dow, a prominent architect in Midland, Michigan, with whom Fredericks worked on architectural sculpture projects. In 1963, Mrs. Arbury was…

"Flying Pterodactyls," Female Baboon" and "Male Baboon" in the snow-covered entrance to the Marshall M. Fredericks Sculpture Museum

Mrs. Dorothy (Honey) Arbury studied with Fredericks when she attended Kingswood School at the Cranbrook Educational Community in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, in the 1930s. She met him through her uncle, Alden B. Dow, a prominent architect in Midland, Michigan, with whom Fredericks worked on architectural sculpture projects. In 1963, Mrs. Arbury was…

"Male Baboon" in the snowy Sculpture Garden of the Marshall M. Fredericks Sculpture Museum

Mrs. Dorothy (Honey) Arbury studied with Fredericks when she attended Kingswood School at the Cranbrook Educational Community in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, in the 1930s. She met him through her uncle, Alden B. Dow, a prominent architect in Midland, Michigan, with whom Fredericks worked on architectural sculpture projects. In 1963, Mrs. Arbury was…

Bronze "Two Sisters" (Mother and Child) in the Sculpture Garden of the Marshall M. Fredericks Sculpture Museum with "Flying Pterodactyls," "Male Baboon" and "Female Baboon" in the background

Mrs. Dorothy (Honey) Arbury studied with Fredericks when she attended Kingswood School at the Cranbrook Educational Community in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, in the 1930s. She met him through her uncle, Alden B. Dow, a prominent architect in Midland, Michigan, with whom Fredericks worked on architectural sculpture projects. In 1963, Mrs. Arbury was…