Fraser, James Earle 1876-1953

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1876 - 1953

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Sculptor

James Earle Fraser created the equestrian statue of Theodore Roosevelt dressed as rough rider, holding reins with left hand, right arm by his side. Native American man walking on right and African man walking on left. It is located in front of the Roosevelt Memorial entrance to the American Museum of Natural History (Art Survey No. 1422). The museum has several sculptures made by Fraser. Art Survey No. 504, Art Survey No. 505, Art Survey No. 506, Art Survey No. 1260, Art Survey No. 1261, Art Survey No. 1262

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American Museum of Natural History

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