Cyrus Edwin Dallin

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DALLIN Cyrus Edwin The Scout

Sotheby's /Dec 4, 2013
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Cyrus Edwin Dallin - Appeal To The Great Spirit

Cyrus Edwin Dallin - Appeal To The Great Spirit

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Lot number: 496
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Lot 496: Cyrus Edwin Dallin (American, 1861-1944) "Appeal to the Great Spirit" Bronze Sculpture Description: Inscribed on base, c. C.E. Dallin 1913. Gorham & Co., Founders mark. Condition Report: Original patina. Provenance: Richard Bright and Kyle Goodman Collection, Corning, NY. Dimensions: Ht. 8 3/4" W 6" L 8"
Cyrus Edwin Dallin - Appeal To The Great Spirit

Cyrus Edwin Dallin - Appeal To The Great Spirit

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Lot number: 404
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Cyrus Edwin Dallin (American, 1861-1944) Appeal to the Great Spirit Signed and dated "© C.E. Dallin 1913" on the top of the bronze base, stamped "GORHAM CO" "FOUNDERS" "QXC" and incised #202" on the back edge of the base. Bronze with dark brown patina, approximately 8 3/4 x 9 x 5 3/4 in. (22.2 x 22.9 x 14.5 cm). Condition: Minor abrasion and wear to the patina, dust and dirt to interstices, small hole beneath the horse's chin (as originally cast), reins missing. N.B. The Gorham Foundry cast 283 examples of this sculpture in the 9-inch size, each identified by their numbering system. Small abrasion, measuring about 1/4 in., at right front knee of the horse.
Cyrus Edwin Dallin - 'appeal To The Great Spirit' I

Cyrus Edwin Dallin - 'appeal To The Great Spirit' I

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Lot number: 50
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Cyrus Edwin Dallin (1861-1944) 'Appeal to the Great Spirit' inscribed '© C.E. Dallin 1913' (on the base)--inscribed 'GORHAM Co. Founders', 'GAC' and '#40' and stamped 'QPN' (along the base) bronze with red-brown patina 21¼ in. (54 cm.) high Private collection, Lynn, Massachusetts, by 1940. By descent to the present owner, 2008. E. Wilbur Pomeroy, "Cyrus E. Dallin and the North American Indian: Four Statues Which Express the Fate of a Dying Race," Arts and Decoration, February 1914, p. 153, another example illustrated. R.G. Francis, Cyrus E. Dallin: Let Justice Be Done, Springville, Utah, 1928, pp. 33, 43-50, 52, another example illustrated. P.J. Broder, Bronzes of the American West, New York, 1973, pp. 94, 98, pl. 96, another example illustrated. D.B. Dearinger, Paintings and Sculpture in the Collection of the National Academy of Design, New York, 2004, p. 143, another example referenced.
Cyrus Edwin Dallin - The Scout

Cyrus Edwin Dallin - The Scout

Original 1910
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Lot number: 47
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Acquired by the present owner, by 1919 47 PROPERTY FROM A PRIVATE NEW ENGLAND INSTITUTION Cyrus Edwin Dallin 1861 - 1944 THE SCOUT inscribed © C.E.D 1910, and numbered #5 with the GORHAM FOUNDERS GRO Q488 foundry mark on the base bronze height: 23 inches (58.4 cm) Estimate 50,000 - 70,000 USD Print This work is in very good condition. The panel support is slightly bowed. Under UV: there are a few very small retouches in the sky and a 3-inch thin diagonal line at the upper left corner.
Cyrus Edwin Dallin - Captured But Not Conquered

Cyrus Edwin Dallin - Captured But Not Conquered

Original 1918
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Lot number: 554
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Lot 554 Cyrus Edwin Dallin (American, 1861-1944) Captured But Not Conquered Signed and dated "© C.E. Dallin 1918" within the cast on the base reverse l.r. Plaster on steel armature, 33 1/8 x 10 1/2 x 7 1/2 in. (84.1 x 26.7 x 19.1 cm). Condition: Break to right leg, stress cracks to left leg, loss to base l.l. Literature: Kent Abrens, Cyrus E. Dallin: His Small Bronzes and Plasters (Corning, New York: Rockwell Museum, 1995), pp. 76-7, 110. N.B. The sculpture depicts Sergeant Edgar M. Hallyburton, who was reportedly the first American soldier captured in World War I on November 3, 1917. Dallin was commissioned by the Publicity Committee of the Liberty Loan Committee of New England to create a statuette to fund the Third and Fourth Liberty Loan Campaigns. This plaster edition was "displayed in show windows of merchants throughout New England with a card reading--'FIRST American soldier captured by the Germans. How long shall we allow him to remain a prisoner? Buy Liberty Bonds and set him free.'" (1) The plasters were manufactured by P.P. Caproni & Brother of Boston, and a limited number were cast in bronze by Gorham. (2) 1. The Gillette Blade [monthly newsletter], September 1918, Vol. 1, No. 11 (Boston: Gillette Safety Razor Blade Company), p. 5. 2. Abrens, 76. Estimate $2,500-3,500
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