About the artist…
One of the most prolific sculptors of the twentieth century, Marshall M. Fredericks is known in America and abroad for his monumental figurative sculpture, public memorials and fountains, portraits, and animal figures.
His sculptures can be found in more than 150 public and corporate locations in California, Florida, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Nebraska, Nevada, New York, Ohio, South Carolina, Texas, Virginia, Washington, DC, Wisconsin, Denmark, England, Freeport Grand Bahama Island, Finland, Japan, Norway and Sweden. Fredericks’s works are located in parks and gardens, government embassies and royal palaces, museums and zoos, universities, hospitals, and libraries.
He resided in Birmingham, Michigan with his wife Rosalind Cooke Fredericks until his death in April 1998.