With its rhythmic flow of simple forms, this sculpture parallels the majesty and grace of Lachaise’s work devoted to the human figure.
Lachaise first created Seagull for the United States Coast Guard Memorial at Arlington Cemetery in Virginia. This smaller version was made as a hood ornament for a Marmon automobile, manufactured in Indianapolis.
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