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Uncommon Signed “Appeal to the Great Spirit”
DALLIN, Cyrus E.  (1861-1944).  Great American sculpture. Born in a crude frontier settlement 40 miles outside Salt Lake City. He lived amongst the Ute Indians.  He studied at the L’Ecole des Beaux Artes in Paris. There he met up with Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show (1889). At this time he produced his first major work of Indians. He produced the “Angel” on the dome of the Mormon Temple in Salt Lake City. His most moving sculpture is the “Appeal of the Great Spirit” (1909) which stands in front of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.  It summarizes the utter despair of the Indians situation after meeting with treachery, broken promises and defeat in armed conflicts. Dallin, who more than any other captured the grave dignity and the nobility of the American Indian. Dallin was also an archer. He won a Bronze Medal in the 1904 Summer Olympics in St. Louis. Printed portrait of “Appeal of the Great Spirit”  8”x12” signed in ink “Cyrus E. Dallin” and dated in his hand “Se.1924.” Housed in a period frame. In very good condition and the first signed print of this type and size we have handled..............................$350.00







Stephen Koschal ~ Quality Autographs & Signed Books
Serving Collectors, Libraries, Institutions, Autograph Galleries and Dealers with
Autographs and Signed Books in all Fields of Collecting Since 1967.

7155 Sand Crest View, Colorado Springs, CO 80923 USA ~ Phone (561) 315-3622 ~ skoschal@aol.com