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Front view of armature for "Sun Worshipper" partially covered in plasteline

Enlarged from 1937 small-scale model. The full-scale bronze casting is in a private collection.

Rear view of armature for "Sun Worshipper" covered in wooden lathe

Enlarged from 1937 small-scale model. The full-scale bronze casting is in a private collection.

Rear/side view of armature for "Sun Worshipper" covered in wooden lathe

Enlarged from 1937 small-scale model. The full-scale bronze casting is in a private collection.

Front/side view of armature for "Sun Worshipper" covered in wooden lathe

Enlarged from 1937 small-scale model. The full-scale bronze casting is in a private collection.

Side view of armature for "Sun Worshipper" covered in wooden lathe

Enlarged from 1937 small-scale model. The full-scale bronze casting is in a private collection.

Side view of the armature for "Sun Worshipper"

Enlarged from 1937 small-scale model. The full-scale bronze casting is in a private collection.

Front view of armature for "Sun Worshipper" covered in wooden lathe

Enlarged from 1937 small-scale model. The full-scale bronze casting is in a private collection.

The armature for "The Friendly Dragon" partially covered in rough plasteline

“I did … a dragon; I called it The Friendly Dragon. The architect said he didn't think he would use it because he said the children would be frightened of a dragon. But children love dragons and it's not an ugly dragon, it's a friendly dragon with a big smile and it's cozy and you can sit on its back on those humps on its back. It's just that…

The armature for "The Friendly Dragon" with wooden lathe except the tail

“I did … a dragon; I called it The Friendly Dragon. The architect said he didn't think he would use it because he said the children would be frightened of a dragon. But children love dragons and it's not an ugly dragon, it's a friendly dragon with a big smile and it's cozy and you can sit on its back on those humps on its back. It's just that…

Rear/side view of the armature for "The Friendly Dragon" partially covered in plasteline

“I did … a dragon; I called it The Friendly Dragon. The architect said he didn't think he would use it because he said the children would be frightened of a dragon. But children love dragons and it's not an ugly dragon, it's a friendly dragon with a big smile and it's cozy and you can sit on its back on those humps on its back. It's just that…