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Statue - WU 150 Ichabod Series
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Statue - WU 150 Ichabod Series


In celebration of the WU Sesquicentennial in 2015,
The Washburn University foundation has commissioned a series of three statues available in limited editions.

Number ONE
in the series represents the original design created by Bradbury Thompson that appeared in the Kaw yearbook in 1938.
Created by artist Jerry Lobato of Kansas City, MO, in a limited edition of 250, the figure is fabricated in resin, finished to look like bronze.
Size is approximately 5.5" tall, 5.5" wide, 3" deep.

Number TWO
of three is an art deco interpretation, designed by Bradbury Thompson in 1938,
to demonstrate how the Ichabod could be adapted to any age.
Created by artists Dick and Rich Bergen of Salina, Kan., in a limited edition of 250,
the figure is fabricated in resin, finished to look like bronze. Size is approximately 6" tall by 5" wide.

Number THREE is the final of the series.
This Ichabod features a modern-day design interpretation created by artists Dick and Rich Bergen of Salina, Kan.,
in a limited edition of 250. The Ichabod is fabricated in resin, finished to look like bronze, and features a
Washburn 150 Sesquicentennial plaque  on its base. The figure is approximately 6" tall by 4.5" wide, 2" deep.



Item: 920


   

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