The Native American sculptural figure Nakoma was a 16' statue designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in conjunction with the Nakomis sculpture for the Nakoma Country Club, a building inspired by the ceremonial campgrounds of the Winnebago Tribe. Wright's original commission was to be built in Wisconsin, but it was never realized until the clubhouse was recently constructed by Taliesin Architects.
The Nakoma sculpture is a curvilinear design, symbolic of the earth and Mother Nature as well as domestic virtue. her back is a continuous circle, with a round head and she holds a round bowl. Nakoma also carries a papoose and has a child at her side.
Crafted in dry cast sandstone and offered in two sizes.
24" tall - weight 69 lbs. - 6" front to back, 5-1/4" wide - only available in Creme.
Ships in: 4 to 5 weeks
Ships from: Washington State
Nichols Bros. has been authorized to reproduce this sculpture by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona. This item has been developed with the cooperation of the Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio Foundation and the Robie House, museum properties of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. A portion of this sale supports the conservation and education programs of these institutions.
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