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Whitney Western Art Museum

Makers: Jackson, Harry
Descriptions: polychrome, bronze
Names: Sculpture
Date:1983
Dimensions:H: 26.25 in, width: 28.5 in, depth: 12 in, Base Height: 1.75 in, Base Width: 19 in, base depth: 7.5 in
Title:The Flagbearer
Credit Line:Gift in memory of Moya Olsen Lear
Gloss:Harry Jackson (b. 1924) The Flagbearer 1983, bronze, polychrome dedicated cast, edition of 30 cast by Wyoming Foundry Studios, Camaiore, Italy As a veteran of World War II, Harry Jackson has experienced first hand the stirring events of war. His sculpture of a cavalry soldier galloping astride his horse, the American flag flying above his head, is a timeless image symbolic of liberty, freedom, and pride. By painting the bronze, Jackson enhanced the drama of the composition, bringing the figures to life.
Inscription:bottom rear of bronze: [copyright symbol] Harry Jackson 1983 / [copyright symbol] Harry Jackson 1983 / TFP bottom front of bronze: Dearest Moya, Sound the Charge! / Love Harry front of base: THE FLAGBEARER / HARRY JACKSON
Signed:bottom rear of bronze: [copyright symbol] Harry Jackson 1983 / [copyright symbol] Harry Jackson 1983 / TFP
Accession Number:12.02.5
Makers
Jackson, Harry
Descriptions
polychrome, bronze
Names
Sculpture
Date:
1983
Dimensions:
H: 26.25 in, width: 28.5 in, depth: 12 in, Base Height: 1.75 in, Base Width: 19 in, base depth: 7.5 in
Title:
The Flagbearer
Credit Line:
Gift in memory of Moya Olsen Lear
Gloss:
Harry Jackson (b. 1924) The Flagbearer 1983, bronze, polychrome dedicated cast, edition of 30 cast by Wyoming Foundry Studios, Camaiore, Italy As a veteran of World War II, Harry Jackson has experienced first hand the stirring events of war. His sculpture of a cavalry soldier galloping astride his horse, the American flag flying above his head, is a timeless image symbolic of liberty, freedom, and pride. By painting the bronze, Jackson enhanced the drama of the composition, bringing the figures to life.
Inscription:
bottom rear of bronze: [copyright symbol] Harry Jackson 1983 / [copyright symbol] Harry Jackson 1983 / TFP bottom front of bronze: Dearest Moya, Sound the Charge! / Love Harry front of base: THE FLAGBEARER / HARRY JACKSON
Signed:
bottom rear of bronze: [copyright symbol] Harry Jackson 1983 / [copyright symbol] Harry Jackson 1983 / TFP
Accession Number:
12.02.5

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