Now available: “Leaping Gazelle”, 1973, by Marshall M. Fredericks (1908-1998)
This Bronze sculpture, entitled "Leaping Gazelle," was Fredericks' first commission in 1936 for which he won numerous awards. Fredericks sculpted the gazelle in a characteristic movement called wheeling, which is when an animal quickly changes direction while being pursued by a predator. Incised signature in gold "Marshall M Fredericks" on base. This figure dates from the late 1970's or early 1980's. Original deep Green mottled patina with slight wear, the tip of the right antler has been professionally re-attached. Figure 16 x 14 x 30 1/2" high mounted on a tapered stone base 15 x 13 x 6" high and includes a Rosewood veneered display pedestal (some damage at the pedestal base) 16 x 14 x 42 1/2" high.
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