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Pantograph

Large pantograph in Sculptor's Studio set up to display the ratio between the Lord Byron plaster original and the full size clay model.

Pantograph

Pantograph on a tripod. This is the smaller of the two tripod pantograph machines. It has hooks for marking points.

Pantograph

Pantograph with what appears to be a barber chair base complete with heightening arm.

Pantograph, in Box, Fixed 2:1 Ratio

Wood pantograph in a cardboard box.

Pantograph in Wood Case

Pantograph is wood box. This is unassembled.

Pantograph in Wood Case

Pantograph's or pointing machines are used for scaling three dimensional works. They are adjustable and this one has ratios stamped on the main pole of 1:4, 1:3.5, 1:3, 1:2.5, 1:2 .

Rear/side view of the armature for "Meditation"

"Meditation" was first sculpted by Fredericks in 1937 while teaching at Cranbrook and enlarged in 1995.

Side view of armature for "Meditation" with pantograph in background

"Meditation" was first sculpted by Fredericks in 1937 while teaching at Cranbrook and enlarged in 1995.

Small-scale plaster model of "Meditation" with pantograph and armature for "Meditation"

"Meditation" was first sculpted by Fredericks in 1937 while teaching at Cranbrook and enlarged in 1995.