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Cyrus Edwin Dallin

(1861 -  1944 ) Wikipedia® : Cyrus Edwin Dallin
DALLIN Cyrus Edwin Appeal To The Great Spirit

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Cyrus Edwin Dallin - Revere

Cyrus Edwin Dallin - Revere

Original 1799
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Lot number: 294
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Description: Cyrus Dallin (American, 1861-1944) Paul Revere Signed and dated "C.E. Dallin '99" in the bronze base near the horse's right front hoof, titled and inscribed "PAUL REVERE" l.l., "COPYRIGHT BY.C.E.DALLIN.Sc" along the proper right side of the bronze base l.l., edition number "10/12" and foundry mark with date "MFA [within two overlapping squares] ©1976" l.r. Bronze with deep brown patina, height approximately 36 in. (91.5 cm), base 31 1/2 x 11 in. (80.0 x 28.0 cm). Condition: Minor dust and dirt to patina and to interstices. N.B. A youthful Cyrus Dallin won the competition for Boston's Paul Revere Monument in 1882 at the age of 21. However, his quest to complete the commission was a 58-year test of perseverance and resolve. Dallin created seven different versions before the sculpture was finally installed in bronze at Old North Church in 1940. The finished statue is a beloved landmark in the Paul Revere Mall, designed by landscape architect Arthur Shurcliff and architect Henry Shepley. The bronze at hand was one of an edition of twelve produced in celebration of the United States Bicentennial. At that time, The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, had just acquired by gift an original Dallin plaster of the 1899 version of the Revere monument. It needed some retouching and was sent to Salt Lake City for restoration to Avard T. Fairbanks who was a sculptor and friend of Cyrus Dallin, and father of MFA curator Jonathan Fairbanks. The plaster original was returned to the Museum, and the MFA then authorized a limited edition to be cast in bronze for sale, with profits benefiting the Museum. The casting of this piece took place in Salt Lake City with quality control of Avard T. Fairbanks. The advertising and sale of bronzes on behalf of the Museum of Fine Arts were handled by Vose Galleries of Boston
Cyrus Edwin Dallin - Appeal To The Great Spirit

Cyrus Edwin Dallin - Appeal To The Great Spirit

Original 1909
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Lot number: 241
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Lot 241: after Cyrus Dallin (1861-1944), Appeal to the Great Spirit bronze, inscribed signature to integral base, presented atop a granite plinth. 19.75 x 18.5 x 8 in. A posthumous casting after Dallin's original monumental bronze installed outside the Museum of Fine Arts Boston in 1909. Private Collection, Mooresville, NC Additional high-resolution photos are available at LelandLittle.com
Cyrus Edwin Dallin - Appeal To The Great Spirit

Cyrus Edwin Dallin - Appeal To The Great Spirit

Original 1913
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Lot number: 1207
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Lot 1207: CYRUS EDWIN DALLIN (American, 1861-1944) "APPEAL TO THE GREAT SPIRIT". Bronze. Base inscribed "C.E. Dallin 1913". Marked on the back of the base "Gorham Co. Founders OXC". Unknown casting date SIZE: 9" h PROVENANCE: From a Maine/Texas estate being sold unreserved CONDITION: Light wear to surface 51398-17
Cyrus Edwin Dallin - Appeal To The Great Spirit

Cyrus Edwin Dallin - Appeal To The Great Spirit

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Lot number: 43
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CYRUS EDWIN DALLIN American (1861-1944) "Appeal to the Great Spirit" bronze, signed and dated 1913 on the base; inscribed Gorham Company Founders QPN number 73. 21 1/2" H Provenance: Richman Brothers Company, Cleveland, Ohio; Private Collection, Ohio. Literature: 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, illus. R.G. Francis, Cyrus E. Dallin: Let Justice Be Done, Springville, Utah, 1928, pp. 33, 43-50, 52, illus. P.J. Broder, Bronzes of the American West, New York, 1973, pp. 94, 98, pl. 96, illus. D.B. Dearinger, Paintings and Sculpture in the Collection of the National Academy of Design, New York, 2004, p. 143. Other Notes: From 1916-1947 the Gorham foundry was authorized to cast reductions of Dallin's monumental sculpture Appeal to the Great Spirit.. The sculpture depicts a Sioux chief praying after a defeat by the U.S. Army. This evocative sculpture captured the sympathies of many Americans troubled by the poor relationship between the United States and the Native Americans. The monumental sculpture group was exhibited at the National Sculpture Society in 1908 and awarded a gold medal at the Paris Salon of 1909 before its permanent installation at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
Cyrus Edwin Dallin - Head Of Massasoit

Cyrus Edwin Dallin - Head Of Massasoit

Original 1921
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Lot number: 118
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Cyrus Edwin Dallin (American, 1861-1944) Head of Massasoit, circa 1921 unsigned bronze with greenish-brown patina height: 30in Provenance With Fenn Galleries, Ltd., Santa Fe, New Mexico. The Lyn Vandegrift Trust, Beverly Hills, California. Literature P.J. Broder, Bronzes of the American West , New York, 1974, p. 386, pl. 504, an example of the full standing figure illustrated. A letter from Fenn Galleries Ltd., signed by Forrest Fenn and dated November 25, 1983, accompanies the lot. A life-size example of the full Indian stands in front of the Capitol building in Salt Lake City, Utah.
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