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Court Lady figure by George Stuart

18th Century Court Lady -
High Style for the Lady of Taste

She illustrates the international style of high fashion for the second half of the 18th century.

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Butcher Lady figure by George Stuart

Butcher Woman (1700s Peasant Woman) –
Looking for Dinner?

Peasant women had to do rough work, at all times of the day and night.

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Adonis figure by George Stuart

Adonis –
Is Perfection Possible?

The archetype of handsome youth, he caused a feud between goddesses, and is symbolized by the anemone flower.

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Carol Singers figures by George Stuart

Carol Singers -
A Christmas Tradition

Embodied by Charles Dickens in A Christmas Carol, people spread the joy of the season by going house to house singing carols.

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Scottish Warrior figure by George Stuart

Let the Battle Begin -
Scotland's Fiercest

The Highlanders were known for their bloody clan wars. Kilts were a multi-purpose garment, providing pockets, bedding, and protection from the elements.

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Roman Emperor Nero figure by George Stuart

Emperor Nero -
Corruption personified.

Nero Claudius Caesar Augustus Germanicus, Roman Emperor from 54 to 68 C.E., was adopted by Emperor Claudius and succeeded him upon his death. His reign was characterized by extravagance and tyranny. Morally weak and extremely sensual, he was guilty of many murders, including his wife's. He was accused of allowing the fire that destroyed two-thirds of Rome to burn. Nero escaped being overthrown by committing suicide.

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Primavera Figure by George Stuart

Primavera -
The Delights of Spring

The personification of the Earth in Spring.

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Victory figure by George Stuart

Victory -
Victory is Sweet!

Beware of triumphalism until the victory has been secured unquestionably.

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Ronald and Nancy Reagan figure by George Stuart

President and Mrs. Ronald Reagan -
He spoke to the people.

A man of wit and humor who remains popular today, Mrs. Reagan was his treasured partner and confidant.

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Crow Sharpshooter Figure by George Stuart

Crow Sharpshooter -
"Keep your head down!"

Although long barreled guns had become the weapon of choice for most Indian nations, the Crow were especially proud of their skills with traditional bow and arrow. This man is in ceremonial dress and demonstrating his marksmanship along with other young men of his tribe. The arrow always reached its target, while the bullet often went wide. The Crow nation was dominant in the northeastern slopes of the Rockies and westward into the mountains of Montana.

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Fox Dog Soldier figure by George Stuart

Fox Dog Soldier
A fierce defender of home and tribe.

The Sauk and Fox were tribes of the Algonkian of eastern Wisconsin, occupying the Mississippi River region. They were united by the 1832 Black Hawk War. They lived in the woodlands and had the advantage of surprise over their enemies. As with their Osage neighbors, their warriors adopted shaven heads and ornamental crests. As they moved to the plains, they became fierce defenders of their bison herds.

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