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Rear view of the plaster model for "Warrior Saint" from "Saints and Sinners"

In 1976, Fredericks enlarged these figures for the Midland Center for the Arts from the thirty-inch tall bronze version that he created while at Cranbrook in 1939.

These seven figures are in the style of jamb statues found in the portals of Gothic cathedrals. Attached to columns, sculptors lengthened these figures with unnatural proportions.…

Marshall Fredericks and an assistant enlarging "Warrior Saint" from "Saints and Sinners"

In 1976, Fredericks enlarged these figures for the Midland Center for the Arts from the thirty-inch tall bronze version that he created while at Cranbrook in 1939.

These seven figures are in the style of jamb statues found in the portals of Gothic cathedrals. Attached to columns, sculptors lengthened these figures with unnatural proportions.…

Plaster models for "Saints and Sinners"

Fredericks created the thirty-inch tall The Saints and Sinners in 1939 while at Cranbrook.

These seven figures are in the style of jamb statues found in the portals of Gothic cathedrals. Attached to columns, sculptors lengthened these figures with unnatural proportions. Fredericks' figures all conform to this elongated shape and he has…

Detail of plaster models for "Saints and Sinners"

Fredericks created the thirty-inch tall The Saints and Sinners in 1939 while at Cranbrook.

These seven figures are in the style of jamb statues found in the portals of Gothic cathedrals. Attached to columns, sculptors lengthened these figures with unnatural proportions. Fredericks' figures all conform to this elongated shape and he has…