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James Earle Fraser

Kennedy Galleries.

James Earle Fraser

American sculptor.

by Kennedy Galleries.

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Published by Kennedy Galleries in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fraser, James Earle, -- 1876-1953.,
  • Fraser, James Earle, -- 1876-1953 -- Exhibitions.,
  • Kennedy Galleries -- Exhibitions.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementA retrospective exhibition of bronzes from works of 1913 to 1953, June 2nd, to July 3rd, 1969.
    GenreExhibitions.
    ContributionsFraser, James Earle, 1876-1953.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination64 p. :
    Number of Pages64
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22938117M

    The End of the Trail by James Earle Fraser - This lone figure on his weary horse is one of the most recognized symbols of the American many it is viewed as a reverent memorial to a great and valiant people. To some Native Americans, however, it is viewed as a reminder of defeat and subjugation a century ago.   As a tribute to the Native Americans he commissioned James Earl Fraser to cast the statue in bronze as a gift to the City of Waupun. It took two years to complete at a cost of $50, and was unveiled at its present site on J In , the statue become a Wisconsin landmark and is listed on the National Register of Historic Sites.

    Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Antique James Earl Fraser "The End of the Trail" Vintage Book holder at the best online Seller Rating: % positive. James Earle Fraser, –, American sculptor, b. Winona, Minn., studied at the Art Institute of Chicago and in Paris. The best known of his many works are The End of the Trail (Visalia, Calif.), the designs for the "Indian head" nickel, and a statue of Alexander Hamilton (Treasury Building, Washington, D.C.). Source for information on Fraser, James Earle: The Columbia .

    JAMES EARLE FRASER - End Of The Trail Bronze Statue - 13" Sculpture + Base - $ Click Here. Double your traffic. Get Vendio Gallery - Now FREE! EASTHAM EMPORIUM PRESENTS A VINTAGE STATUE MADE AFTER JAMES EARLE FRASER " END OF THE TRAIL " 13" TALL WITH BASE & PLAQUE - SHOWS A NATIVE AMERICAN FIGURE ON .   One of the most famous Western American images ever conceived, James Earle Fraser's celebrated sculpture The End of the Trail captures the despair of Native Americans over the loss of their homeland, simultaneously drawing attention to their plight and poignantly celebrating their indelible character. Raised on a family ranch in the Dakota Territory, present .


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James Earle Fraser Biography; James Earle Fraser US Coin Designer and Engraver. James Earle Fraser was born on November 4, in the city of Winona, Minnesota. Thomas Fraser, his father, worked as an engineer during the time when the railroad was expanding through the Western frontier of America.

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James Earle Fraser. New York: James Earle Fraser book Galleries, (OCoLC) Named Person. James Earle Fraser was born on November 4,in Winona, Minnesota, the son of Thomas A. and Cora West Fraser. His father was a railroad engineer and contractor, and when James was less than a year old the family moved to the Dakota territory, where a.

Created by American-born sculptor James Earle Fraser (–), End of the Trail, a representation of an American Indian on horseback, has endured to become one of the most recognizable images in the United was born in Winona, Minnesota, and spent much of his childhood growing up on the Great Plains in Mitchell, South Dakota.

James Earle Fraser () The American sculptor James Earle Fraser was one of the most foremost portrait sculptors of his generation. Raised in South Dakota, he was the son of a railroad engineer and saw with his own eyes the pioneer and commercial expansion westwards, and the resulting subjugation of Native Americans.

The End of the Trail, James Earle Fraser's best known sculpture, has come to symbolize the decimation of the Native American population due to the westward expansion. Inthe year of the World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago, the year old Fraser, then a student of the Art Institute, produced the first version of this bronze : $ When James Earle Fraser was four years old, his family moved to South Dakota, where he lived in a boxcar, slept on the floor wrapped in painted buffalo skins, and learned to make arrowheads from Sioux began sculpting intensely after he spoke to his neighbor, an amateur sculptor, and found out about a stone quarry near his house where he could find plenty of Born: Other articles where James Earle Fraser is discussed: coin: Coins of the United States: Victor Brenner (the Lincoln cent), James Earle Fraser (the buffalo nickel), A.A.

Weinman and Hermon MacNeil ( silver), John Flannagan ( quarter dollar), Laura G. Fraser, and Chester Beach and Gutzon Borglum (various commemorative coins). The medal is a reduced replica of a famous Chicago sculpture by James Earle Fraser.

The monumental sculpture is one of a set of four that decorate the Michigan Avenue Bridge. The chewing gum tycoon William Wrigley, Jr.

paid for both "The Pioneers" and "The Discoverers", this design's sibling monument. The Sculpture of James Earle Fraser. Freundlich. Universal-Publishers, - Art - pages. 2 Reviews. Fraser is best known for his End of the Trail and Buffalo Nickel.

He also is the most prolific sculptor of Federalist Washington DC. He is represented by the portal figures at the Supreme Court, and others such as facades and 3/5(2). The work of sculptor James Earle Fraser, adorning many of Washington's most iconic structures, includes: The Authority of Law and The Contemplation of Justice, U.S.

Supreme Court; south pediment and statues, National Archives; Music and Harvest and Aspiration and Literature, Arlington Memorial Bridge; Alexander Hamilton and Albert Gallatin, U.S.

Treasury; and the. The Paperback of the The Sculpture Of James Earle Fraser by A. Freundlich at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Due to COVID, orders may be delayed.

Thank you for your patience. Book Annex Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events Help This book is a historical document, a disputed analysis and evidence of the Euro Brand: Fraser described the male figure to the right of the steps as “powerful, erect, and vigilant.

He waits with concentrated attention, holding in his left hand the tablet of laws, backed by the sheathed sword, symbolic of enforcement through law.” The Latin word for law, LEX, is inscribed on the tablet. James Earle Fraser puts his finishing File Size: KB. From Caledonia to Pictland examines the transformation of Iron Age northern Britain into a land of Christian kingdoms, long before 'Scotland' came into existence.

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James Earle Fraser’s sculpture End of the Trail succinctly and pointedly summarized American perception of Native Americans in the early twentieth century.

A forlorn warrior sits slumped on his pony. Fraser, James Earle, –, American sculptor, b. Winona, Minn., studied at the Art Institute of Chicago and in Paris.

The best known of his many works are The End of the Trail (Visalia, Calif.), the designs for the "Indian head" nickel, and a statue of Alexander Hamilton (Treasury Building, Washington, D.C.). Fraser, James Earle.James Earl Fraser ( - ) was born in Winona Minnesota but at the age of 3 his family moved to Mitchell South Dakota.

Fraser grew on the American plains and as a young man saw first hand the native American Indians struggle to survive. His first venture into art came with the discovery that the clay at the local chalkstone query could be molded into figures of people .Fraser James Earle is on Facebook.

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