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Close-up of the bronze God from "God on the Rainbow" (Gud Fader På Himmelsbågan) at the foundry

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.

Bronze God from "God on the Rainbow" (Gud Fader På Himmelsbågan) at the foundry

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.

A foundry employee carefully works on the bronze head of the angel 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.

A foundry employee works on the bronze head of 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.

A foundry worker hammers on the bronze head of 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 bronze head 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 foundry workers begin to pour the molten bronze into the mold 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.

The foundry workers prepare to pour the molten bronze into the mold 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.

The mold for "God on the Rainbow" (Gud Fader På Himmelsbågan) at the foundry

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.

Foundry workers begin to lift the molten bronze for use in the casting of "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.