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Published by [s.n.] in Washington .
Written in English


  • United States. -- Congress -- Private bills,
  • Bills, Private -- United States,
  • United States -- Claims

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Edition Notes

Other titlesRelief of James E. Fraser
ContributionsUnited States. Congress. House. Committee on Claims
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
Pagination14 p.
Number of Pages14
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16163692M

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James Earle Fraser's best known sculpture “The End of the Trail” has come to symbolize the decimation of the Native American population due to the westward expansion. In , the year of the World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago, the 15 year old Fraser, then a student of the Art Institute, produced the first version of this bronze sculpture/5(2). JAMES EARLE FRASER I am indebted to many kind people who have helped me in the re-search and writing of this book on James Earle Fraser. Beth Strum, my Graduate Assistant, and Professor Michael Recht, both of Syracuse University's College of Visual and Performing Arts, were responsible for much of the early digging out of information and Size: KB. He was involved with the Armory Show and The Eight, a close friend of Bellows and E.A. Robinson among many. He was popular in New York society, counting among his students Gertrude Vanderbilt 3/5(2). 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 slabs to :

James Earle Fraser Edinburgh University Press, - History - pages 2 Reviews Shortlisted for the Saltire Society History Book of the YearFrom Caledonia to Pictland examines the 4/5(2). The James Earle and Laura Gardin Fraser Paperscomprise the personal, business and artistic records of sculptors James Earle Fraser and his wife Laura Gardin Fraser. Materials from other sculptors and artists are also present in the papers, and there is a substantial body of material from the poet Edwin. James Earle Fraser (): American Classical Realist Sculptor, Best-Known for End Of The Trail James Earle Fraser Biography of American Classical Realist Portrait Sculptor. Fraser, James Earle, James Earle Fraser. [Athens] University of Georgia Press in collaboration with the National Sculpture Society [] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: James Earle Fraser; Joseph F Morris.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kennedy Galleries. James Earle Fraser. New York: Kennedy Galleries, (OCoLC) Named Person.   The Sculpture Of James Earle Fraser book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Fraser is best known for his End of the Trail and Buff 5/5(1). James Earle Fraser's End of the Trail is one of the most iconic works featured in The American West in Bronze, – First modeled in , the sculpture is based on Fraser's experiences growing up in Dakota Territory; as he wrote in his memoirs, "as a boy, I remembered an old Dakota trapper saying, 'The Indians will someday be pushed. A book of laws supports her left arm and a figure of blindfolded Justice is in her right hand. Fraser was awarded the contract on J , to “furnish services for the modeling and carving” of the two statues for $90, Preliminary models were completed by April , at which point he met with Gilbert to discuss the Size: KB.