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Buffalo Prayer is such a reverent and peaceful sculpture currently in one of our gardens. I would hope that it could be placed in a grove of aspen trees at the next Buffalo Bill Center of the West, too.

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Whitney Western Art Museum

Makers
Fraser, James Earle 2
Descriptions
bronze 330
Names
Sculpture 571
Subjects
Indian 729
Date:
modeled ca. 1917
Dimensions:
H: 107.5 in, Base Width: 36.5 in, Base Length: 37.5 in
Title:
Buffalo Prayer
Credit Line:
Gift of William E. Weiss, Jr.
Inscription:
bottom left of base: Modern Art Foundry./.New York./.NY.;bottom rear of base:(design)
Remarks:
Source: (Purchased from Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York, with funds from William E. Weiss, Jr.). Moved outdoors-approximately 6-1-86. Modeled ca. 1917; copyrighted by Fraser on February 14, 1931; cast posthumously in 1968. Model in collection of Syracuse University.
Accession Number:
51.72

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