AFTER CYRUS EDWIN DALLIN | CHIEF WASHAKIE
AFTER CYRUS EDWIN DALLIN | CHIEF WASHAKIE
AFTER CYRUS EDWIN DALLIN | CHIEF WASHAKIE
AFTER CYRUS EDWIN DALLIN | CHIEF WASHAKIE
AFTER CYRUS EDWIN DALLIN | CHIEF WASHAKIE
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Sold by The Art Institute of Chicago

AFTER CYRUS EDWIN DALLIN | CHIEF WASHAKIE

Estimate: 5,000 - 7,000 USD

Sold by The Art Institute of Chicago

AFTER CYRUS EDWIN DALLIN | CHIEF WASHAKIE

Estimate: 5,000 - 7,000 USD

Lot Sold:5,625USD

Lot Details

Description

Sold by The Art Institute of Chicago

AFTER CYRUS EDWIN DALLIN

1861 - 1944

CHIEF WASHAKIE


inscribed © C.E. Dallin (on the base) and 3/9 / WASATCH BRONZE WORKS (along the base)

bronze with brown patina

height: 43 inches (109.2 cm)

Modeled in 1914; cast in 1975.


The present work was modeled by the artist in 1914 and cast posthumously by Wasatch Bronze Works in 1975, likely under the direction of Springville Museum of Art, Utah. 


Condition Report

The surface of the work appears to be slightly dirty and the patina on the surface of the work uneven throughout, possibly due to installation outdoors.


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Cataloguing

Provenance

Arthur Rubloff, Chicago, Illinois, by 1976

Bequest to the present owner from the above, 1987

Catalogue Note

The previous owner, real estate developer Arthur Rubloff, included the present work in an exhibition of sculpture installed at Evergreen Plaza shopping center near Chicago. The exhibition was erected to commemorate the Bicentennial year in 1976 and included thirty-one bronze statues of American subjects. 

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Online bidding closed26 Jul 2019 | 05:56 PM GMT