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Sepia print of study for "Flying Wild Geese" (Alvan Macauley Memorial)

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Sepia print
22" x 18"

Atop a wooded hill overlooking a small pond in Detroit’s Elmwood Cemetery stands a memorial to the late attorney turned industrialist Alvan Macauley. Commissioned by his wife and son soon after his death in 1952, the sculpture reflects Macauley’s love of nature and wildlife. On a simple granite pedestal sit two bronze…

Sketch for "Flying Wild Geese" (Alvan Macauley Memorial)

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Graphite on tracing paper
16.5" x 13.75"

Atop a wooded hill overlooking a small pond in Detroit’s Elmwood Cemetery stands a memorial to the late attorney turned industrialist Alvan Macauley. Commissioned by his wife and son soon after his death in 1952, the sculpture reflects Macauley’s love of nature and wildlife. On a simple granite pedestal…

Sketch for "Flying Wild Geese" (Alvan Macauley Memorial)

1998_001_VIII_201.jpg
Graphite on tracing paper
16.75" x 13.75"

Atop a wooded hill overlooking a small pond in Detroit’s Elmwood Cemetery stands a memorial to the late attorney turned industrialist Alvan Macauley. Commissioned by his wife and son soon after his death in 1952, the sculpture reflects Macauley’s love of nature and wildlife. On a simple granite pedestal…

Sketch for "Flying Wild Geese" (Alvan Macauley Memorial)

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Ink on paper
8.5" x 11"

Atop a wooded hill overlooking a small pond in Detroit’s Elmwood Cemetery stands a memorial to the late attorney turned industrialist Alvan Macauley. Commissioned by his wife and son soon after his death in 1952, the sculpture reflects Macauley’s love of nature and wildlife. On a simple granite pedestal sit two bronze…

Sketch for "Flying Wild Geese" (Alvan Macauley Memorial)

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Pencil on paper
14" x 16.5"

Atop a wooded hill overlooking a small pond in Detroit’s Elmwood Cemetery stands a memorial to the late attorney turned industrialist Alvan Macauley. Commissioned by his wife and son soon after his death in 1952, the sculpture reflects Macauley’s love of nature and wildlife. On a simple granite pedestal sit two…