Public Art

The Classics

By George Lundeen
Category: Statue

About

The Classics features three children. The main figure was modeled from a child named Danny in Loveland, Colorado, who was born with Down’s Syndrome. Although he encountered many problems due to his condition, he has been very successful in educating the more fortunate by showing how his attitude and hard work can overcome many obstacles. (Courtesy of SLUMA)

Dimensions: 4′ x 6′ x 4′
Year Completed: 1994
Material: Bronze
Owner: Saint Louis University


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