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Front view of plasteline model for "Wings of the Morning"

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The flying swans represent the atmosphere of the unfolding morning. Fredericks often used swans in his sculptures to symbolize eternal life. The hand of God enfolds the spirit of man as he takes the wings of the morning. The upward flowing contours communicate the optimistic spiritual content of the sculpture.

Fredericks was inspired by Psalm…

Full-scale plasteline model of "Wings of the Morning"

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The flying swans represent the atmosphere of the unfolding morning. Fredericks often used swans in his sculptures to symbolize eternal life. The hand of God enfolds the spirit of man as he takes the wings of the morning. The upward flowing contours communicate the optimistic spiritual content of the sculpture.

Fredericks was inspired by Psalm…

Alternate side view of plasteline model for "Wings of the Morning"

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The flying swans represent the atmosphere of the unfolding morning. Fredericks often used swans in his sculptures to symbolize eternal life. The hand of God enfolds the spirit of man as he takes the wings of the morning. The upward flowing contours communicate the optimistic spiritual content of the sculpture.

Fredericks was inspired by Psalm…

Side view of plasteline model for "Wings of the Morning"

Side view of plasteline model for Wings of the Morning.jpg
The flying swans represent the atmosphere of the unfolding morning. Fredericks often used swans in his sculptures to symbolize eternal life. The hand of God enfolds the spirit of man as he takes the wings of the morning. The upward flowing contours communicate the optimistic spiritual content of the sculpture.

Fredericks was inspired by Psalm…

Plasteline model for "Wings of the Morning"

Plasteline model for Wings of the Morning.jpg
The flying swans represent the atmosphere of the unfolding morning. Fredericks often used swans in his sculptures to symbolize eternal life. The hand of God enfolds the spirit of man as he takes the wings of the morning. The upward flowing contours communicate the optimistic spiritual content of the sculpture.

Fredericks was inspired by Psalm…

Side view of plasteline model for "Victory Eagle" (American Eagle)

Side view of plasteline model for Victory Eagle (American Eagle).jpg
Fredericks stylized Victory Eagle in a very geometric and angular way for the exterior of the Federal Reserve Bank in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Although abstracted, the Victory Eagle appears to be landing on the surface of the pedestal. Moreover, it is situated above the eye-level of the viewer and looks down with glaring eyes. Its upraised wings,…

Plasteline model for "Victory Eagle" (American Eagle)

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Fredericks stylized Victory Eagle in a very geometric and angular way for the exterior of the Federal Reserve Bank in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Although abstracted, the Victory Eagle appears to be landing on the surface of the pedestal. Moreover, it is situated above the eye-level of the viewer and looks down with glaring eyes. Its upraised wings,…

Plasteline model of "Founding of Detroit" pylon for the Veterans Memorial Building

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The Victory Eagle on the facade of the Veterans Memorial Building in Detroit is 30 feet high and projects 4½ feet from the wall in high relief.

"The Founding of Detroit" is one of the seven free-standing pylons originally placed in front of the building along the walkway leading to the entrance. Twenty feet high and carved with incised relief,…

Plasteline model of "Aesop" for the University of Michigan Administration Building

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Administration Building (now the Literature, Science and Arts Building) at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Thirty cast aluminum, seven limestone and two bronze reliefs decorate the façades of the building.

Plasteline model for "Hiawatha" for the University of Michigan Administration Building

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Administration Building (now the Literature, Science and Arts Building) at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Thirty cast aluminum, seven limestone and two bronze reliefs decorate the façades of the building.