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Big Ram Skull and Horn - Stanford, CA
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member DougK
N 37° 25.584 W 122° 09.974
10S E 573769 N 4142502
Quick Description: Big Ram Skull and Horn is a bronze sculpture at Stanford, University.
Location: California, United States
Date Posted: 9/28/2011 11:50:38 AM
Waymark Code: WMCPAP
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member silverquill
Views: 3

Long Description:
Big Ram Skull and Horn is a bronze sculpture at Stanford, University. There are two separate bronze pieces each mounted on the same marble and concrete base. One piece resemble the skull of a ram and the second is supposed to be a horn. A plaque on the front of the base reads:


Jack Zajac
United States, b. 1929

Big Ram Skull and Horn, January, 1976
Bronze

Stanford University Museum of Art,
General Plant Improvement Fund, 1993.73


TITLE: Big Ram Skull and Horn

ARTIST(S): Jack Zajac, sculptor (1929- )

DATE: 1976

MEDIUM: Bronze

CONTROL NUMBER: IAS 04920039

Direct Link to the Individual Listing in the Smithsonian Art Inventory: [Web Link]

PHYSICAL LOCATION:
Lawn of the Galvez Mall near Crothers Way


DIFFERENCES NOTED BETWEEN THE INVENTORY LISTING AND YOUR OBSERVATIONS AND RESEARCH:
January is not part of the sculpture title, it's the month of placement in 1976. (Otherwise, from the plaque, why wouldn't 1976 be part of the title as well.)


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