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This preliminary sketch of Paul Manship's Time and the Fates Sundial depicts the three female Fates of Classical Greek mythology. Depicted as young, mature, and elderly, the women are placed beneath a tree, which Manship has fashioned to support the…

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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…

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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…

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One of a series of six soup bowls in the M's collection, this ceramic object was produced through the collaborative efforts of Warren and Alix MacKenzie. The bowl's grayish-white color is the result of applying glaze to white slipped stoneware, while…

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Created by Warren MacKenzie and his wife Alix, this stoneware vase has a thin base, rounding outwards to its widest at the center, and forming a lip at the top. The vase's bottom two-thirds is covered in a dark glaze which contrasts with the light…

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Warren MacKenzie's platter is glazed with one of the artist's favorite Shino glazes. The plate has a white body and reddish-orange edges. Across the surface, MacKenzie applied strokes of black glaze, creating a staccato pattern.

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This lidded jar by Warren MacKenzie has a surface covered with vertical fluted areas about one inch wide. Fired separately, the lid has the same fluted sides as the jar. It has a yellow hue, is scattered with brown spots, and has brown streaks…

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Painted by Frances Greenman, this full-length portrait of Dewey Albinson, former director of the Saint Paul School of Art, reveals the artist at work in a rustic studio. The painting is monotone in color with Albinson standing in front of a green…

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Patrick DesJarlait's drawing of two Native American fishermen depicts a popular seasonal activity practiced by the Ojibwe people. The fishermen, placed in the center of the watercolor, are the main focus of the work. They are geometrically…

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In this painting of rural Minnesota, Cameron Booth depicts three Czech-American farmers. The two women and singular male figure look to be taking a brief respite from preparing a plot of land to grow berries. Two harnessed horses stand behind the…