Appeal to the Great Spirit by Cyrus Edwin Dallin, c1921,Native American Indian
CYRUS DALLIN MUSEUM, 20TH ANNIVERSARY, SUN. OCT. 21, 2018 1542
CYRUS DALLIN 20TH ANNIVERSARY, SUN. OCT. 21, 2018 1547
Cyrus Edwin Dallin was an American sculptor best known for his depictions of Native American men. He created more than 260 works, including the equestrian statue of Paul Revere in Boston, Massachusetts; the Angel Moroni atop Salt Lake Temple in Salt Lake City, Utah; and his most famous work, Appeal to the Great Spirit, at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. He was also an Olympic archer.