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Nakoma Small 24" Statue
Nakoma Small 24" Statue
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This Nakoma is a smaller version of the large Nakoma statue and its size makes it versatile for indoor or outdoor decor. The Nakoma and Nakomis were commissioned by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1923 for the Nakoma Country Club in Madison, Wisconsin. The Country Club was never built until recently constructed by Taliesin architects. The club designs and the sculpture were inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright’s interest in the ceremonial campgrounds of the Winnebago Tribe, (Ho-Chunks) or “The People of the Sacred Language”. Frank Lloyd Wright shared with the Winnebagos a strong desire for connection with nature and family. The Nakoma is a Winnebago woman holding a bowl, carrying a papoose on her back and a child at her side. Nakomis is a Winnebago Chief. These sculptures of Native Americans were inspired by American’s most famous and illustrious architect; they are indeed beautifully all American.
Specifications
Availability Available for Order
Front-Back from top 12 1/4 inches
Base Width 5 1/4 inches
Base Front to Back 5 3/4 inches
Brand Nichols Bros. Stoneworks
Availability In Stock (Available for Order)
Condition New
Material Concrete (Dry Cast Stone)
Alternate Name Nakoma 24 inch
Arrival Time Ships in 2-4 weeks with approximately 5 day transit time.
Nakoma Sandstone Statue with candle and flowers for indoor decor.
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