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This sculpture by George Morrison is a thin and tall rectangular shape. Each side is decorated with a low relief design that depicts varying sizes of blocks stacked on top of each other. The sculpture has a greenish patina flecked with copper.

This bronze sculpture is a study of the large public sundial Paul Manship created for the 1939-1940 New York World's Fair. The model depicts the three Fates of Classical Greek mythology standing beneath the central "Tree of Life." In the front a…

Paul Manship created this medallion for the St. Paul Institute of Art in 1916. On the front of the medal are the words "St. Paul Institute," and an image of a woman with a bare torso holding a harp in her left hand and a statue of a winged Victory in…

The sculpture depicts a Native American youth and his hunting dog running full stride. The hunter is clad in a breechcloth, wears a single feather in his tied-back hair, carries arrows in his right hand, and holds a bow in his left.
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