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A display of armatures and maquettes in 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…

Maquette for "Indian and Wild Swans"

This sculptural group of an Indian and four swans is located on the façade of the Milwaukee Public Museum.

Fredericks said of the design that the swans, “complement the simple surface (of the wall) with just the right dignified accent…(they are) stylized, artistic representations of the natural swan (having worked) with numerous studies…

Angel armature and maquette for "God on the Rainbow" (Gud Fader På Himmelsbågan)with pantograph f

Based on a 1946 sketch by Carl Milles for a peace monument intended for the United Nations Building in New York, Fredericks’ enlargement now stands at the entrance to Stockholm Harbor, a project spearheaded by Cilla Jahn, in collaboration with Millesgården and the AP Foundation.

Maquette for "God on the Rainbow" (Gud Fader På Himmelsbågan)

Based on a 1946 sketch by Carl Milles for a peace monument intended for the United Nations Building in New York, Fredericks’ enlargement now stands at the entrance to Stockholm Harbor, a project spearheaded by Cilla Jahn, in collaboration with Millesgården and the AP Foundation.

Rear view of maquette for "Flying Wild Geese"

Atop a wooded hill overlooking a small pond in Detroit’s Elmwood Cemetery stands a memorial to the late attorney turned industrialist Alvan Macauley. Commissioned by his wife and son soon after his death in 1952, the sculpture reflects Macauley’s love of nature and wildlife. On a simple granite pedestal sit two bronze geese as they take off…

Front view of maquette for "Flying Wild Geese"

Atop a wooded hill overlooking a small pond in Detroit’s Elmwood Cemetery stands a memorial to the late attorney turned industrialist Alvan Macauley. Commissioned by his wife and son soon after his death in 1952, the sculpture reflects Macauley’s love of nature and wildlife. On a simple granite pedestal sit two bronze geese as they take off…

Maquette for "Flying Wild Geese"

Atop a wooded hill overlooking a small pond in Detroit’s Elmwood Cemetery stands a memorial to the late attorney turned industrialist Alvan Macauley. Commissioned by his wife and son soon after his death in 1952, the sculpture reflects Macauley’s love of nature and wildlife. On a simple granite pedestal sit two bronze geese as they take off…

Maquette for the central figure of the "Cleveland War Memorial: Fountain of Eternal Life" - Rear view

Maquette of the original "Star Dream" concept for the central figure of the "Cleveland War Memorial: Fountain of Eternal Life".

Maquette for the central figure of the "Cleveland War Memorial: Fountain of Eternal Life" - Front view

Maquette of the original "Star Dream" concept for the central figure of the "Cleveland War Memorial: Fountain of Eternal Life".