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Marshall Fredericks inpecting the plaster legs for the angel from "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.

Marshall Fredericks examining the plaster legs for the angel from "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.

The plasteline model for the angel from "God on the Rainbow" (Gud Fader På Himmelsbågan) partially covered in plaster

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.

Marshall Fredericks working on the legs of the plasteline model for God from "God on the Rainbow" (Gud Fader På Himmelsbågan) with the angel plasteline model in the background

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.

View of the plasteline angel model from "God on the Rainbow" (Gud Fader På Himmelsbågan) in the greenhouse studio

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.

View of the plasteline model of the angel from "God on the Rainbow" (Gud Fader På Himmelsbågan) with shims

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.

Marshall Fredericks sculpts the head of God from "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.

Marshall Fredericks working on the plasteline model of God 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.

Plasteline model and plaster molds 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.

Side/rear view of the plasteline model for God from "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.