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Photostatic copy of study for "Flying Pterodactyls"

Photostat
21.75" x 15.5"

Original sculpture done in 1960 for Holden Museum of Living Reptiles, Detroit Zoological Institute, Royal Oak, Michigan, Charles N. Agree, architect.

Sculpture depicts two pterodactyls in flight while fighting over a fish. They are stylized and angular. They have sharp teeth and long tails.

Sketch for "Flying Pterodactyls"

Graphite on tracing paper
11.75" x 8.75"

Original sculpture done in 1960 for Holden Museum of Living Reptiles, Detroit Zoological Institute, Royal Oak, Michigan, Charles N. Agree, architect.

Sculpture depicts two pterodactyls in flight while fighting over a fish. They are stylized and angular. They have sharp teeth and long tails.

Sketch for "Flying Pterodactyls"

Graphite on tracing paper
8.75" x 4.75"

Original sculpture done in 1960 for Holden Museum of Living Reptiles, Detroit Zoological Institute, Royal Oak, Michigan, Charles N. Agree, architect.

Sculpture depicts two pterodactyls in flight while fighting over a fish. They are stylized and angular. They have sharp teeth and long tails.

Sketches for "Flying Pterodactyls"

Graphite on tracing paper
8.75" x 11.75"

Original sculpture done in 1960 for Holden Museum of Living Reptiles, Detroit Zoological Institute, Royal Oak, Michigan, Charles N. Agree, architect.

Sculpture depicts two pterodactyls in flight while fighting over a fish. They are stylized and angular. They have sharp teeth and long tails.

Study for "Flying Pterodactyls"

Graphite on tracing paper
16.75" x 13.75"

Original sculpture done in 1960 for Holden Museum of Living Reptiles, Detroit Zoological Institute, Royal Oak, Michigan, Charles N. Agree, architect.

Sculpture depicts two pterodactyls in flight while fighting over a fish. They are stylized and angular. They have sharp teeth and long tails.