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Three versions of "Siberian Ram": full-scale plaster; original small-scale plaster, and plasteline reduction

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Title

Three versions of "Siberian Ram": full-scale plaster; original small-scale plaster, and plasteline reduction

Subject

Animal sculpture--20th century.
Artists' studios--United States.
Fredericks, Marshall M., 1908-1998

Description

Fredericks first completed Siberian Ram in 1941, but a 24-inch tall sculpture installed in 1966 at the rose garden of the Henry Ford estate in Dearborn, Michigan is the first documented bronze cast.

Fredericks carved a Siberian Ram in limestone on commission for the Birmingham-Bloomfield Bank which in 1972 donated the 30-inch tall stone sculpture to the Baldwin Public Library in Birmingham, Michigan. In the late 1980s, Fredericks made molds from that sculpture and cast bronzes for his personal collection and for the museum. He created the 9-inch tall reduction in the mid-1990s.

Source

Marshall M. Fredericks Papers
Series V, Box 19 Folder 28

Date

n.d.

Rights

Use of this image requires permission from the Marshall M. Fredericks Archives.

Relation

V-19-28

Format

image/jpeg

Type

Image

Coverage

Bloomfield Hills (Mich.)

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Original Format

Black and white print

Physical Dimensions

4" x 6"

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