OOS Sculpture

Fireman and Dogs [Title Unknown]

1950 / Throne Monument Works / Fayette

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Painted concrete statue of a fireman dressed in long coat and helmet, holding a fire hose in both hands.
Two dog statues accompany him but these may be added on and not part of the original installation. They appear to be separate works. A small dalmation puppy sits between his feet and an adult dalmation is sitting and positioned to his proper right.

Location: Gorham-Fayette Fire & Rescue, 118 E. Main St.

County

: Fulton

Citation

: Throne Monument Works, “Fireman and Dogs [Title Unknown],” Ohio Outdoor Sculpture , accessed December 9, 2021, https://oos.sculpturecenter.org/items/show/2157.

Title

Fireman and Dogs [Title Unknown]

Description

Painted concrete statue of a fireman dressed in long coat and helmet, holding a fire hose in both hands.
Two dog statues accompany him but these may be added on and not part of the original installation. They appear to be separate works. A small dalmation puppy sits between his feet and an adult dalmation is sitting and positioned to his proper right.

Date

1950

Publisher

Ohio Outdoor Sculpture

Identifier

2157

Location City

Location County

Location Notes

Located in an alcove of the building to the right of the garage, facing Main St.

Provider Qualifier

Presented by

Provider Entity

Throne Monument Works

Location Street

118 E. Main St.

Location Type

Installation Date

1950

Materials

Inscription

Plaque on the outer wall,
"Erected 1950"/"Trustees - Kenneth Cooley"/"Leon Morr"/"Albert Mitchell"/"C.W. Westmore Clerk"/"engineer - R.E. Lindsey"/"Contractor John Leu"/ Presented by Throne Monument Works"

Condition Notes

Some areas of paint are wearing away on the toe of the boots, the shirt, and several other small spots throughout. The dalmations' paint is faded and deteriorating. The large dalmation has damage to the base and proper left front leg (concrete supports are exposed). July 2021.