Appeal to the Great Spirit

Statue by Cyrus Dallin at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, USA
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inception
1909
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Appeal to the Great Spirit (english)
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latitude42.339
longitude-71.094
precision0.012
title
Appeal to the Great Spirit. (english)
inventory number
13.380
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2016814056
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7/15/2006
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Appeal to the Great Spirit is a 1908 equestrian statue by Cyrus Dallin, located in front of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. It portrays a Native American on horseback facing skyward, his arms spread wide in a spiritual request to the Great Spirit. It was the last in Dallin's four-piece series, The Epic of the Indian, which also includes A Signal of Peace (1890), The Medicine Man (1899), and Protest of the Sioux (1904). A statuette of Appeal to the Great Spirit is in the permanent collection of the White House and was exhibited in President Bill Clinton's Oval Office.
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